South African Airways (SAA) is pleased to announce that it has been given the green light for a significant expansion of its fleet to pave the way for the national carrier to relaunch international routes and increase seat capacity for its regional and domestic destinations.
South African Airways (SAA) welcomes the announcement by Finance Minister, Enoch Godongwana, of a R 1 billion allocation to settle a portion of the outstanding obligations on the implementation of SAA’s 2020 Business Rescue Plan.
South African Airways (SAA) assures its customers that the airline is not losing its route rights. SAA continues to operate its current network and schedule with 6 regional and 3 domestic destinations. Currently, the airline has deployed additional capacity on the Cape Town route to meet demand and we have increased the aircraft size on the Harare route.
In continuation of its celebration of Women’s month South African Airways (SAA) passengers are in for a treat on Tuesday the 30th of August as the carrier’s early morning flight from Johannesburg to Cape Town (SA 317), and the departure out Cape Town (SA332) will have an all-female crew.
South African Airways will start flying non-stop to Beijing, China, for the first time from January 2012. South African Airways is considered Africa’s Leading Airline by the prestigious World Travel Awards.
Award winning South African Airways (SAA) has boosted its London – Cape Town Service with the addition of a brand new aircraft which will provide passengers with improved onboard entertainment and more comfort and space. SAA provides a daily service between London Heathrow Terminal 1 and Cape Town.