kulula wants you for their 'most South African flight'

2012-12-13 08:34
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Budget airline, kulula, recently added three brand spanking new Boeing 737-800 aircraft to their bright green fleet.

Johannesburg - Budget airline, kulula.com, will take to the skies early next year carrying South Africans from all walks of life when it orchestrates a world first - ‘The Most South African Flight Ever'.

This momentous, never-been-done-before flight will see the most diverse and representative set of locals jet off to celebrate this homegrown airline's passion for travel.

"kulula really gets South Africans' flying needs, so whether you're a Zulu princesses, illegitimate son of an Afrikaans pop star, a Bloemfontein organic cheese maker or a urban goat herder, kulula will fly you whenever, whyever," says Nadine Damen, Marketing Manager of kulula.com.

Ordinary and extraordinary South African residents, residing all over the country, can nominate themselves to stand a chance to be part of this historic one-hour flight which is taking place on Saturday, 26th January 2013. Departing from Lanseria International Airport in Johannesburg, the flight will be a scenic trip around the area and return back to Lanseria International Airport.

Visit kulula's Facebook page, click on ‘The Most South African Flight Ever' tab, and complete the fun questionnaire to describe what type of South African you are, between 26th November and 31st December 2012. Be sure to include a motivating sentence or two on what makes you unique and why you should be one of the 189 South Africans to make it onto this flight.

 

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