South  African  Airways

South  African  Airways  (SAA),  Africa’s most awarded airline, operates  from  Johannesburg,South Africa, to 38 destinations worldwide.

In its  domestic market SAA has an extensive schedule  operating 554 flights in total per week between  Johannesburg  –  Cape Town, Durban,  East  London   and  Port  Elizabeth,   from  its Johannesburg  hub,  as  well  as  code-shared  flights  between   Lanseria   –  Cape  Town   andDurban.  SAA offers more frequencies than any other airline in South Africa.

Regionally,  SAA offers 24  destinations across the  African continent including  Abidjan,  Accra,Blantyre,  Brazzaville, Cotonou,  Dakar,   Dar  es Salaam,  Douala,   Entebbe,  Harare, Kinshasa,Lagos,  Libreville,  Lilongwe, Livingstone,  Luanda,  Lusaka, Maputo,  Mauritius,  Nairobi, Ndola,Pointe  Noire, Victoria Falls and Windhoek.

SAA’s international network  creates links to  all major continents from  South Africa through 10  direct   routes   and   code     shares,   with  daily    flights   from   Johannesburg  to    London(Heathrow),  Frankfurt, Munich, Mumbai,  Perth, Hong  Kong, Beijing, New  York, Washington,

and  Sao Paulo. SAA  has codes share  agreements with 28 other  airlines across the markets itserves. The  airline has extended    its  code  share    agreement  with  Mango,   its low costoperator,  to also include coastal cities in  South Africa  (between Johannesburg  and   CapeTown,  Durban,  Port Elizabeth  and George),  as well   as Johannesburg  Bloemfontein; CapeTown -  Bloemfontein and Cape Town  - Port  Elizabeth.

SAA’s  core business  is  the  provision  of  passenger  airline  and  cargo  transport  services together  with  related services, which  are provided through  SAA and   its four wholly  ownedsubsidiaries:  SAA Technical;  Mango its low cost  carrier; Air Chefs, the catering  entity of SAA and  South African Travel Centre (SATC).