South African Airways Airline ( SAA )
About South African Airways ( SAA )
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ROUTES
South African Airways fly from:
City, Bloemfontein, Cape Town, Durban, East London, Edinburgh,
Hoedspruit, Johannesburg, Kimberley, Leeds,
Manzini, Margate, Maseru, Mmabatho, Nelspruit/Kruger, Phalaborwa,
Pietermaritzburg, Pietersburg, Port Elizabeth, Richards Bay, Teesside,
Umtata, Upington, Walvis Bay, Windhoek and Windhoek.
South African Airways fly to:
Abidjan, Accra, Adelaide, Afonso Pena Parana, Auckland, Beira,
Blantyre, Bloemfontein, Brisbane, Buenos Aires, Bulawayo, Cairns,
Canberra, Cape Town, Coolongatta, Dakar, Dares Salaam, Darwin,
Dunedin, Durban, East London, Entebbe, Florianopolis, Fortaleza,
Gaborone, George, Harare, Hobart, Hoedspruit, Iguassu Falls, Johannesburg,
Kigali, Kimberley, Kinshasa, Lagos, Launceston, Lilongwe, Livingstone,
Luanda, Lubumbashi, Lusaka, Manzini, Maputo, Margate, Maseru,
Maun, Mauritius, UMelbourne, Mmabatho, Mombasa, Nairobi, Ndjili
& Ndolo, Ndola, elspruit/Kruger, Perth, Phalaborwa, Pietermaritzburg,
Pietersburg, Port Elizabeth, Porto Alegre, Recife, Richards Bay,
Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Sao Paolo, Sydney, Tel Aviv, Townsville,
Umtata, Upington, Victoria Falls, Wellington, Windhoek, Windhoek
WINE AND FOOD
In all cabin classes on board South African Airways they strive
to improve their food and wine service, rotating menus weekly
on domestic routes and about every three months on international
routes. South African Airways is the first company to be granted
honorary membership of the South African Chefs' Association.
Extraordinair says it all. The South African Airways in-flight
prices are really exceptional and they have gone to great lengths
to put together an exciting selection.
LOUNGES & ON-BOARD SEATS
South African Airlines have launched a new look to reflect a winning
airline that communicates the changing face of the new SAA. The
‘New Look’ includes the ground product, especially
the lounges, the aircraft interiors and seats, staff uniforms
and on-board products and services.
Lounges at the Johannesburg International Airport have been completely
renovated, with the addition of an International Arrivals lounge.
A world-class lounge for Business Class passengers has been opened
in the new Domestic Terminal at Johannesburg International Airport.
Cape Town International Airport has three lounges: one in the
Domestic Terminal for Business Class and the First and Business
Class Lounges in the International Terminal and wonderful views
of the Cape mountains.
The First and Business Class lounges at London Heathrow have
been operational since 2001 and a new Arrivals Lounge for First
Class, Business Class and Platinum Cardholders has recently been
Voted in the top 5 airlines in the Skytrax world airline survey,
these lounges have reached superb levels of luxury and personalised
For further information on South African Airways airlines visit
the SAA website.