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SAA to reduce flights between Johannesburg and London

Posted 5 February 2018 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has announced plans to reduce frequencies between Johannesburg and London from two daily to a single daily service with effect from 20 April 2018, reports Shout Out.


The airline is also introducing its new Airbus A330-300 on the Johannesburg-London Heathrow service from 25 March 2018.SAA says the decision will help it focus on business areas that will enhance efficiency and bring more value to its customers as well as produce improved overall performance of the airline.

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