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SAA increases services to Luanda

Posted 6 September 2018 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has increased frequency to Luanda, Angola.

 

The two extra weekly flights will commence with effect from 9 September 2018, bringing SAA’s total weekly operations between Johannesburg and Luanda to four flights per week.

SAA has been operating to Luanda for more than 30 years, making it one of the leading airlines in Angola. The route is very popular with not only Angolans, but with most of the guests travelling from and to Luanda and then connecting on SAA’s route network to various destinations such as Sao Paulo, Hong Kong, New York, Washington and the entire Southern African Development Community. SAA operates to all the major cities such as Lusaka, Maputo, Windhoek, Harare, Mauritius, Lilongwe and Blantyre.

“As part of our Africa growth strategy, we are enhancing our footprint on the continent by expanding our route network to enable seamless connections for our customers. We are especially pleased to offer our customers from Angola more travel options to connect them to the world through Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport. East and Southern Africa, and the rest of the continent and the world are easily within reach,” said Tlali Tlali, SAA Spokesperson.

 

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