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SAA adds new A330-300 aircraft on Washington DC-Dulles to Accra route

Posted 5 July 2017 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has introduced the new Airbus A330-300 on the Washington DC-Dulles to Accra, Ghana route. This service compliments the existing Washington DC-Dulles to Dakar, Senegal route operated by the A330-300.

The interior design of SAA’s A330-300s provide a comfortable environment for long-haul travel with warm, neutral colors, textures and finishes that are inspired by the airline’s African culture and heritage.  In SAA’s seating configuration, the aircraft has the capacity for a total of 249 passengers, with 46 seats in Premium Business Class and 203 seats in Economy Class.

“We are thrilled to have our newest aircraft operating daily on the Washington Dulles route,” said Todd Neuman, executive vice president, the Americas for South African Airways. “With a new and innovative Premium Business Class product and, a spacious and enhanced Economy Class cabin, SAA continues to provide world-class service to our customers both in the air and on the ground.”

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