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SAA extends cancellation of domestic and regional services

Posted 16 November 2019 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has extended the cancellation of all domestic and regional flights scheduled for Sunday, 17 November and Monday, 18 November 2019.

 

The operational decision is aimed at minimising the impact of disruptions for the airline’s customers.

The airline is aiming to operate all international flights, departing from OR Tambo International Airport, with effect from Sunday 17 November 2019 and customers should report to OR Tambo International Airport as normal.

SAA is working with its sister airline, Mango Airlines, to re-accommodate as many customers as possible travelling on domestic services.

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