Zone 1: R360
Verulam, Umdloti, Tongaat, Sibaya, La Mercy, Desainagar,
Umhlanga, Mt Edgecomb, La Lucia, Ballito, Virginia, Phoenix,
Glenhills, Effingham Heights, Red Hill, Greenwood Park.
Zone 2: R400:
Avoca Hills, Kwamashu, Durban North, Umgeni Road,
Durban Beachfront, Morningside, Windmere, Clove Estate, Syderham,
Overport, Newlands, Reservoir Hills, Sherwood, Asherville, Mayville,
Stanger, Bellair, Glenwood, Umbilo.
Zone 3: R460
Hillary, Claremont, Malvern, Westville, Queenburgh, Woodlands, Bluff, Pinetown, Marianhill, Montclaire.
Zone 4: R580
Shallcross, Kloof, Chatsworth, Isipingo, Umlazi, Hillcrest.
Zone 5: R700
Asssagay, Amanzimtoti, Bothas Hill, Waterfall, Karridene.
Our airport shuttle fleet includes:
Kombi, our 7 & 8 passenger vehicles have just been added to our list, able to commute a family with loads of luggage or touring groups that’s out to sightsee as a group in Durban and surrounding areas. The ride will come with bottled water and free WIFI for mobile sites on request.
Sedan’s; Our 4 passenger shuttle vehicles are our most commonly booked range of cars, allowing the smooth manoeuvre for 1 to 4 passengers at a time with moderate luggage, which is generally one suitcase or bag per passenger. We can give a more personal touch to every client.
Our shuttles generally begin from King Shaka International Airport, but it’s not necessarily our only pickup location. Fill in the form or contact us for a shuttle request.
King Shaka International airport
Durban has been a big work in progress with huge residential and commercial property developments happening, but mostly on the North Coast or Northern Suburban areas such as Ballito, Umhlanga and further up. One of these new developments was the construction of the King Shaka International Airport. Though it seemed as though it's development and opening in May 2010 came in as an inconvenience to the many that were used to the old Durban Airport, but more so affecting the businesses that were directly and indirectly influenced by the old airport, from local Durban guest houses, hotels, shuttles services, including the petrol station that had to close down because of the area being totally dead after the new airports opening. However, the KSIA still stands till this very day, and its somewhat of a massive upgrade from what we’ve had before, opening doors to more domestic and international flights, giving a much better flow, while allowing the airport to host more businesses within its structures and it being slightly secluded away from residential land is also somewhat of an added bonus, judging from the amount of noise commercial planes make. Travellers can use the paid parking facilities should they wish to drive and leave there vehicles at the airport while on a trip.
Shops & service providers
Services and Banks available at the airport is the SA Post Office, Bidvest Bank, Rennies Foreign Exchange, the Standard Bank branch, and an ABSA ATM.
Food & groceries; the hungry traveller has a much wider choice now with Spur located at departures or near the pick-up zone, alongside Woolworths. Further on, inside the airport, you will find Wimpy, Milky Lane, Cape Town Fish Market, Cosmic Candy, Fego Coffee Shop, Kauai, KFC, Mugg & Bean, Panarottis, Rhapsody’s, Steers, Sweet Treat, and The Airport Cellar.
Other King Shaka International Airport tenants or shops include the Big Five Duty Free, Electro Electronics & Sound, EM Natice, Exclusive Books, Galleri, Jeep clothing, Khasav clothing, the Link Pharmacy, Moda Luggage & Leather, the MTN shop, Nike, NWJ Fine Jewellery, Sneakers, Sunglass Hutt, The Scoin Shop, The Urban Retreat, the Tie Shop, Vodashop and the Yemaya Nail Express.
Flights: The new and more glorious King Shaka International Airport has open more room for domestic and international flights including the likes of Emirates, Khulula, Mango, SAA and British Airways to mention a few
Virginia airport is located in Durban North just off the freeway connecting Durban Central to Umhlanga Rocks and La Lucia. It is, however, a much smaller airport that is also involved with a lot of local aviation schools of both commercial and private pilot license training. You will find helicopters and plenty small private jets to frequent these premises. The Virginia Airport is a short 925m (3035ft) runway, which is also home to a few tenants that are involved in the maintenance and fixing of aircraft as well. A while ago the Virginia Airport was known for being home to the Durban Airshow which was then later closed down for failing public safety compliance issues. You can easily take a short recess and walk to the other side of the airport, which is hardly a 5-minute walk, and take a break at the beach.
Airforce Base Durban
AFB Durban is your answer to what happened to the Durban Airport. The airport is located close to Isipingo , giving easy access to and from the freeway, you will still see small traces of what the old airport used to be like, including the now abandoned petrol station that closed down along with the airport. A partial part of the old Durban Airport’s land is shared and used by the South African Air Force, a South African team whom its role is mainly focused on landward and maritime search and rescues, and them being just helicopter unit, they, therefore, did not necessarily required that much operational land.