Mango Airlines Reviews
As we all know, the mango is a fleshy yellowish-red tropical fruit. However, we’ll be talking about a different mango in this review. A low-cost airline was named after this fruit and it was established in 2006 with bookings going on sale at midnight on the same date. The 10 all-Boeing fleet of Mango Airlines cater services to 6 destinations in South Africa and 1 international route to Tanzania. The South African budget airline is 100% owned by South African Airways. This year, Mango Airlines will be joining Star Alliance as a Connecting Partner.
Flying with Mango Airlines
Since Mango Airlines is a low-cost airline, one cabin service is offered on board, though the airline is aiming its business class option at the business market soon. There isn’t a Business class on board, but passengers are offered the option of sitting in rows 15 or 16 which have more leg-room.
6 out of 10 aircraft of Mango Airlines provide G-Connect Wi-Fi Service which lets passengers stay connected while on air though the airline doesn’t guarantee a stable connection due to aircraft rotation.
Special assistance is provided to customers in need of medical attention such as pregnant woman, elderly guests and the disabled. But each passenger is responsible to advise Mango’s Medical Reservations Department of any disability, health problem or special request in order to be cleared for travel. Failure to do so can result in the guest being inconvenienced or refused carriage.
For minorities, children aged 2 to 12 are required to be accompanied by an individual 16 years of age or older.
Unlike other low-cost airlines, Mango Airlines has a frequent flyer program called Voyager, wherein travellers can turn their flights into miles then smiles. Miles earned every flight with Mango Airlines can be saved and be used as a payment for flight booking in the future. Customers can check their program membership and benefits online or by using their smartphones via Mango Airlines’ mobile app.
Since the airline was named after the mango, the official website is mango-colored theme too. This gave the bright impression of summer holidays and a user-friendly atmosphere. Mango Airlines doesn’t only let customers book flights online but also provides additional car rental services.
Customers can use credit cards for their flight bookings if it’s Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club or Amex. At check-in, it is required that all guests provide proof of identification in order to receive their boarding pass. To learn more about Mango Airlines’ payment options, refer to this page link below:
“It’s travel on the go!” as their mobile app campaign slogan says. Mango Airlines has a mobile app ready to be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play Store and Blackberry World. Its functionality is just similar to the PC version.
Mango Airlines Reviews of Passengers
After reading through Mango Airlines reviews on Skytrax, the airline had garnered an overall rating of 7/10. 37 Mango Airlines reviews said that the low-cost airline was clean and professional while other passengers commented on the flight attendants being friendly and accommodating. Excellent customer service is shown in every comment.
The most recently posted Mango Airlines reviews almost ended up with “I’d certainly recommend them.”
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How To Reach Them?
- Website URL: https://www.flymango.com/
- Contact Number: +27 11 978 17 73
- Contact Email: email@example.com
- Fax Number: +27 86 522 75 46
- Head Office Address: Mezzanine Level, Domestic Departure Terminal, O,R,
Tambo International Airport,
Johannesburg, 1627, South Africa
Last year, Mango Airlines had been part of the World’s Top 100 Airlines. They took the 96th spot, it only means that budget airlines can stand a chance against other major airlines. Size doesn’t matter. Just so you know, Mango Airlines received the award for Best Low-Cost Airline and Best Airline Staff in Africa by Skytrax in 2015.
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