Why do we ask for 90 minutes?


We ask passengers to give themselves a 90 minute leeway when travelling as a precautionary measure for any sort of delays, whether this be traffic, a stop and go and even a flat tyre. These days it is very common to run into one of these issues when travelling on a public road and can cause passengers that have made tight bookings to miss their connecting transportation. Monday’s and Friday’s are by far the bussiest days on the road and one must understand that we do not have control over that.



Please remember the following regarding delays: While each endeavor is made to keep to the distributed timetable, a few variables may and can contribute towards service delays. These are in no way, shape or form deliberate and or intentional and some consideration must be given to the fact that this remains a vehicle on the road



What measures can passengers take to best stick to the 90 minutes asked?


  • Do not make flight bookings to tight and allow at least 90 minutes when making your booking.
  • Check in online.
  • Do not make bus bookings to tight and allow at least 90 minutes when making your booking.
  • Rather be early, there are resturants and fast food outlets at both the Durban Airport as well as the Durban Station to enjoy a meal and something to drink while one waits.

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