South African Airways has made this announcement: The wait is finally over. In just under a month, the striking and familiar livery of SAA will once again be visible in the skies as the airline resumes operations. The carrier has confirmed the first flights will commence on Thursday, September 23, 2021.Who is the new CEO of South African Airways?
JOHANNESBURG (July 30) – South African Airways (SAA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Simon Newton-Smith, in the position of SAA Interim Executive: Commercial with effect from 1 August 2021. “I’m thrilled to be joining SAA as it begins a new chapter in South African aviation history.What is the history of South Africa Airways?
South Africa Airways (SAA) began operations on 1 February 1934. SAA, is a leading carrier in Africa, serving regional destinations between Johannesburg and six African destinations - Accra, Kinshasa, Harare, Lusaka, Lagos (from 12 th December 2021), Mauritius and 1 domestic route between Johannesburg and Cape Town.When does SAA suspend domestic flights in South Africa?
Johannesburg – 24 March 2020. South African Airways (SAA) announced its decision to suspend all its domestic flights with effect from Friday, 27 March until 16 April 2020 (inclusive). The decision came after government announced a nation-wide lockdown for 21 days aimed at combatting the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).