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Find cheap flights from Thailand to Durban from R9 330

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Flights to Durban - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights to Durban to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What is the cheapest day to fly to Durban?

The average price of all flights to Durban clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Durban is Thursday where tickets can be as cheap as R19 537. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Friday, where prices are R20 281 on average.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Durban?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights to Durban, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights to Durban is September, where tickets cost R16 256 on average for one-way flights. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and January, where the average cost of tickets from Thailand is R24 636 and R23 685 respectively. For return trips, the best month to travel is September with an average price of R16 256.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Durban?

The average price for all flights to Durban depending on the time of departure, clicked by users on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks.
The cheapest time of day to fly to Durban is generally in the morning, when flights cost R17 561 on average. The most expensive time of day to fly to Durban is generally at night, which is peak travel time and where the average cost of a ticket is R19 747.

How long is the flight to Durban?

The duration of your flight to Durban depends on your departure and arrival airports. Obviously any flights that include a layover will also be longer. The most popular route to Durban on KAYAK is from Bangkok, which takes 35h 40m.

How many direct flights to Durban are there each day?

There are around 51 direct flights from within Thailand to Durban every day. Most flights depart in the morning, with 17:00 the most common departure time and 54% of flights departing in the morning.

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Low season

August

High season

April

Cheapest flight

R9 330
Best time to beat the crowds (10% less expensive on average)
Most popular time to fly and prices are also 2% lower on average.
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FAQs - booking Durban flights

  • How far is Durban King Shaka Intl Airport from central Durban?

    The city centre of Durban is 29 km from Durban.

  • What is the name of Durban’s airport?

    Durban is served by Durban King Shaka Intl Airport, also commonly referred to as Durban Intl, King Shaka Intl, or King Shaka Intl Airport. The airport code is DUR.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights to Durban?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights to Durban.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket to Durban?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Durban is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights to Durban?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Durban with an airline and back with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight to Durban?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Durban up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

  • Which airline offers the most flights to Durban?

    Of the 6 airlines that fly to Durban, FlySafair offers the most flights, with around 209 per week, followed by Cemair with 49 flights per week.

  • How many direct flights to Durban are there each week?

    Each week there are around 357 direct flights from within Thailand to Durban. The most common day for departures is Friday, with 16% of flights taking off on this day.

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Prefer to fly direct to Durban King Shaka Intl?

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Direct departures

Thailand to Durban King Shaka Intl

Monday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +17 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +18 more

Tuesday

Airlink, British Airways, Cemair, +12 more

Airlink, British Airways, +13 more

Wednesday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +17 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +18 more

Thursday

Airlink, British Airways, Cemair, +12 more

Airlink, British Airways, +13 more

Friday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +18 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +19 more

Saturday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +14 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +15 more

Sunday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +18 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +19 more

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Direct returns

Durban King Shaka Intl to Thailand

Monday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +17 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +18 more

Tuesday

Airlink, British Airways, Cemair, +12 more

Airlink, British Airways, +13 more

Wednesday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +17 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +18 more

Thursday

Airlink, British Airways, Cemair, +12 more

Airlink, British Airways, +13 more

Friday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +18 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +19 more

Saturday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +14 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +15 more

Sunday

Airlink, American Airlines, British Airways, +18 more

Airlink, American Airlines, +19 more

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Top airlines flying from Thailand to Durban

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying to Durban. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline from Thailand to Durban. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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EmiratesOverall score based on 3788 reviews
8,1Boarding
7,9Food
8,0Comfort
8,3Crew
8,3Entertainment
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Plane was old and seats uncomfortable but staff were friendly and helpful

6,0 GoodAnonymous, Jun 2024DXB - ARN
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Plane was old and seats uncomfortable but staff were friendly and helpful

Superb check in, lounge, boarding and flight experience. On time departure and before time arrival. Couldn’t have asked for more

The first class experience was great but Frankfurt airport is very confusing. Badly signed all round. Boarding was not pleasant and check in staff was arrogant.

Much better this time than our previous. We had Been thinking we wouldn’t fly with emirates again. I have a wheat allergy so request a gluten free meal. The meals provided in the past have been mostly inedible. So dry and hard and tasteless. I see what my husband gets given with a packed tray with treats and mine is uninviting and awful. I actually was hangry with little food and not able to eat and enjoy what was given to me 😡 This last flight was an improvement. The first meal was edible tho no treats, why can’t a chocolate be given like on the regular trays. I realise you are trying to make the gluten free a dairy free and probably vegetarian one at the same time to save you dollars tho it’s shocking to receive. The snack sandwich given was much better and edible, not hard and dry as previous trips. The final meal received, Breakfast had more variety and treats on it, thank you for that. At last.!!

I am going to be just factual, not bad mouthing nor complaining, but this was my experience. With 3 pieces of luggage, I was told the flight from Mumbai to Dubai was cancelled due to flood. This was told not by the airport board which still showed the regular time of departure, but general stuff at the airport. No Emirates stuff around to direct the transfer passengers of the cancelled flights. By the departure counters with crowds of people, one by one, angry, frustrated, urgent conversations were going on. No announcement were made, no postings being seen, just private conversations. I still have 5+ hours of layover, so I let more urgent people settled first. However, the fact that no communication of when, what and where I should go was very unsettling. Basically no time limit waiting means, no meal, no sleep, no step away, no planning, no change plan, no telling of the family what to do. Nobody was able to tell you anything but asked you to wait, no chair, no space, no facility to freshen up. That went on for 10+ (from 5) hour without warnings and accurate communications. Email received from Emirates asked me not to go to Dubai at all, or boarding at the time that was passed. In other words, communication were very untimely, after the fact. That created more confusion instead. After changing several of boarding time, we were given the gate # and a boarding pass. However, the boarding pass still have the original time of boarding, so again, not knowing walking 30 min in the airport to the gate would make you late or not, therefore, still dare not to eat a meal. The flight arriving to Dubai was uneventful and I gave a 4/5 rating. I just thought the layover at Dubai would just cut short from 8+ hours to 2+ hours. At Dubai airport, I saw people sleeping on cardboard, knowing, these people got stranded but they dared to sleep because they know when to board and I didn't. Or these kind of delay are just so normal that people know what to do to pass time. Then the worst service and crazy thing happened. The boarding time on board for LA and at gate A9 was clearly 8:50AM. At 8:40, surprised by not having any boarding activities, then one single staff showed up and said to a few passengers that the boarding would be delayed without a time frame. Since only a few people know, I asked another Emirates staff at another counter, who simply said basically non of his business. I was shocked with that indifferent attitude. Yet every boards I saw show the same boarding time. What kind of system failure was that to prepare delay situation! How confusing and unnecessary chaos and anger that provoke. That poor staff had to repeat himself so many times, answered questions that he had no power nor information to provide nor solved. One an only one stuff to show up for 10 min, leaving the counter non-staff with board showing 8:50AM boarding. This was purely irresponsible from top to bottom of the entire airline operation staff. What kind of leader in a service industry would allow this to happen to their customers. Without explanation, after changing 3 times the boarding times, again, means you should not go to eat a full meal, because, when you found a mob at the gate. People who were stranded for 2 days were afraid of not getting a seat with a full plane. That would not be happening if the airline provide adequate guidance to each person, instead of just having 4 staff yelling at the gate at the same time to "control" the crowd, threatening no boarding and delay boarding. Finally, I was on board, hungry and tired, not sleep for 36 hours. I was denied with a snack of fruit. By the time meal was served, it was an hour later. Half way of the trip, I felt sleep in fetus position and did not want to move, happy I finally could have some shut eyes time. However, when I got up to the bathroom, I felt very light headed. Having sleep deprived, constipated for 3 days, dehydrated, I knew it could happen since my blood pressure usually was low closed to 90/60. Any lower then that, I could have syncope. Sure enough, I was on the floor just 10 feet from my seat and 5 feet to the bathroom. However, nobody called for help. I asked for warm water and juice to hydrate, came only with cold and icy drinks which I wouldn't take. I asked for blankets, one was given. Yet my shivering, needs to cover my head and multiple requests did not hasten to take the two blankets that are at my seat 10 feet away. I waited 10 min for that. While 2-3 staff surrounded me, nobody did the vitals until after 15 min, just the spirometer only of which did not work due to my cold fingers. The first reading was 86 and oxygen was suggested. But another supervising personnel came, fussed over another reading, ignoring my comfort and needs. Seemingly the reading of spirometer was the priority. By then, no oxygen needed. I had this fainting experience before, and I knew how to help myself. However, I was not being listened to but to be told this and that. Finally, I got better and returned to seat. One kind flight attendant said she would check back with me in 15 min. She did not come back. I felt asleep in that fetus position again and this time I woke up with a bad cramp at my left leg. Yet I needed to go to bathroom, the cramp was too bad to walk. So I stepped back to seat. When I tried again the second time, the other front leg got cramp. This time I dare not move but massaged myself. For all these 5-10 min, I called for attention. Attendants passed me by because they were carried with heavy load of blankets and stuff. Nobody answered the light. Then came landing and off board. I was asked by two attendants how I felt. I smiled and said "fine".

The customer service was very poor. I didn’t get any accommodations for my cancelled flight. I was without any sleep for 36 hours.

Worst ever. No assistance and communication from Emirates crew. No visibility of when the flight is flying. Couldn’t understand if we can go to lounge to take rest. Emirates system at a certain point said flight is not operating and suggested to take the next flight and in few minutes it suddenly opened the gate for boarding. unsupportive and rude crew. Worst experience ever. Flight was delayed by 5 hours so need the compensation for that.

The crew manager let the staff down by not ensuring special dietary requirements meal were coming in drips . The poor cabin crew did not stop . If organised the cabin could take a short break ..The cabin crew were AWESOME UNLIKE THIER TWO MANAGES!

More leg room and comfortable seats at least for long flights

Very bad !! My confirmed ticket got canceled with out notifying me in hyd airport , crew didn’t help us out !! They were very rude!! They made me pay for the confirmed ticket again !! Can you please let us know how I can get the refund for the ticket I paid

Overall experience was OK. Seats were truly uncomfortable for such a long flight. Food quality was mediocre at best. The staff was great though!

Staff was very friendly. There is no on board entertainment, but it’s such a short flight that it doesn’t matter. We also got a meal which was nice and unexpected due to the length of the flight.

I had first class service from them. A little late taking off, but no major problem

Not good. Expected a lot more as far as excellence.

It was a really long flight from Doha to Philadelphia and it was overall a good one. The one area that I would comment on is that there is a lot of single-use plastic and disposables in the meal service for American Airlines. It would be great to see more circular options in the meal service to reduce the amount of waste.

This is my first and last flight with Qatar because when we go for boarding pass in Delhi airport the team asked for money charging me for hand baggage which is technically including with my ticket so also we get one our temple pics I ask them to checking in but they tell me I have to pay $500 dollars for that additional which is not make sense than I diseased to throw away because I can’t take with us . For carry in beg also I pay some Indian n currency for the guy who help I already pay 6 passengers ticket cost me $8000 so really I’m not happy . PLUS MY 6 checked baggage was damaged I already claim for four beg at airport but now I’m worried about my stuff inside maybe broken too which is more expensive stuff me really bad experience

The staff at the check in lied. I requested aisle seats he said he gave me aisle seats. In actuality he only gave me aisle seat for 2 hour Karachi to Doha flight. From Doha to Dallas flight he gave me middle seat .

Just money making business. This was my fourth journey with Qatar Airways, year by year the quality of service getting poor. Food is very cheap. They have some low quality alcohol beverages. They don’t have any brandy or cognac. No toilet around the gate lounge. We have to wait until getting to the flight for use toilet.very long standing for entering into the flight. We can see the old passenger suffering.

I liked the overall service and comfort. The only annoying thing was paying for excess baggage at the airport. They have limited options and they don't take all cards.

Was required to print a boarding pass, which I'd prefer to avoid. Seat (economy x) was comfortable, service was excellent.

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2/9Mon
2 stops
20h 10mBKK-DUR
R9 330
6/9Fri
2 stops
24h 10mBKK-DUR
R9 384
4/9Wed
3 stops
25h 30mBKK-DUR
R10 048
8/9Sun
3 stops
26h 40mBKK-DUR
R10 174
5/9Thu
3 stops
30h 20mBKK-DUR
R10 335
4/9Wed
2 stopsKenya Airways
35h 35mBKK-DUR
R10 658
1/9Sun
2 stops
20h 45mBKK-DUR
R10 927
5/9Thu
2 stops
22h 40mBKK-DUR
R11 627
8/9Sun
2 stopsQatar Airways
30h 30mBKK-DUR
R13 565
5/9Thu
1 stop
24h 10mBKK-DUR
R31 436

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