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SAA wins Best Airline in Africa award

Posted 18 December 2019 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has been selected by the readers of Global Traveler as the “Best Airline in Africa” for the 16th consecutive year in the magazine’s annual reader survey.

 

“The  readers  of  Global  Traveler  are  true  road  warriors  and  impressing  them  is  no  easy feat, given their extensive travel to all corners of the globe,” said Todd Neuman, executive vice president, North America for South African Airways. 

“We are  very  honoured to  be  named  their favourite airline to the African continent, for 16 years in a row. This award is also a reflection of the dedicated commitment  by  SAA  employees  to continue earning  their  business by  offering world-class service on our flights between North America and Africa.”

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