how long does it take to get to south africa from england

The flight from England to South Africa is a long one, but it’s definitely worth it when you finally arrive in this beautiful country. The flight time is usually around 11 hours, but it can vary depending on which airport you’re flying from and to. If you’re flying from London, you’ll probably have a stopover in Johannesburg, which is the largest city in South Africa.

Once you land in Johannesburg, you’ll need to take a connecting flight to your final destination. Depending on where you’re going, this could be a short flight of just an hour or two, or a longer flight of four hours or more. But no matter how long your journey is, it’ll all be worth it when you finally arrive in South Africa.NaN

It takes around 11 hours to fly from London to Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. This is the quickest way to get to South Africa from England. However, there are other ways to get to South Africa that can take longer. For example, you could take a boat from England to Cape Town, which would take around two weeks. You could also take a train from England to Cairo, then take a bus or train through Africa to reach South Africa, which would take around three weeks.

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