South African Airways will resume international flights to Brazil. This is SAA’s first intercontinental route since restarting in 2021.
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South African Airways (SAA) aims to start flying to intercontinental destinations within the next two months.
South African Airways has been given the green light to acquire additional aircraft which will enable it to grow its route network.
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South African Airways (SAA) has been dealt another blow by losing the rights to operate flights on 20 international routes.
An aviation expert explained how SAA’s routes will be negatively impacted if its operating licenses are suspended.
SAA’s Chief Executive Thomas Kgokolo has stepped down and John Lamola will be taking over the reins from May.
The interim board at South African Airways (SAA) has committed to using all available means to recovering embezzled funds.
South African Airways (SAA) is unlikely to require further financial assistance in the form of government handouts in the coming year.
Picking up the pieces: As part of its efforts to rebuild its image, South African Airways (SAA) has picked up the pace of processing refunds.
South African Airways (SAA) will be adding another destination to its thinned-down route network in the coming weeks.
State-owned low-cost carrier Mango Airlines will not take to the skies in December as the original business rescue plan needs to be amended.
South African Airways (SAA) will not resume flights to London despite the surge in demand for tickets between South Africa and the United Kingdom.
South African Airways has extended the validity of Voyager miles so members of its loyalty programme will be able to make use of their accumulated mileage.
SAA is making a conservative comeback and intends to operate responsibly so that it is no longer a burden on the South African taxpayer.
Fares to the United Kingdom have risen sharply as a result of a surge in flight bookings between the United Kingdom and South Africa.
National carrier South African Airways (SAA) has announced that it will start flying to Mauritius on 21 November.
A week after taking to the skies, the relaunched national carrier, SAA has been forced to delay the restart of scheduled services to Maputo, as well as to reduce frequencies on other routes.
South African Airways (SAA) has signed a cooperation agreement with Kenya Airlines, with the aim to create a Pan-African airline in the future.