SAA announce schedule change as of March 1 ·

SAA announce schedule change as of March 1

South African Airways today have announced a change to their schedule with flight SA 281 to depart from Perth at 14.30 as from 1 March 2020.

Tim Clyde Smith, Regional General Manager – Asia Pacific said “SAA have for some time,  been looking at options to ensure the continued success of the Perth to Johannesburg route.

“The new schedule will improve the efficiency of our fleet by operating one aircraft as opposed to two currently flying on this route.  The optimisation of this flight makes commercial sense thus ensuring the longevity of the route and improving efficiency for our valued customers.

“We understand that this may cause some inconvenience for our travel partners in the short term, but thank them for their continued support and understanding that these measures will help ensure the long term success of our national carrier.” Continued Clyde-Smith

Website: www.flysaa.com

About South African Airways

South African Airways (SAA) is the leading carrier in Africa, serving 57 destinations, in partnership with SA Express, Airlink, and its low-cost carrier, Mango, within South Africa and across the continent, and nine intercontinental routes from its Johannesburg hub. It is a member of the largest international airline network, Star Alliance. SAA’s core business is the provision of passenger airline and cargo transport services together with related services, which are provided through SAA and its wholly owned subsidiaries: SAA Technical; Mango its low-cost carrier; and Air Chefs, the catering entity of SAA. SAA is the winner of the Best Airline Staff Service award in the Africa category; this shows that our customer-facing employees are our true brand ambassadors who made a difference to millions of travelling customers. SAA is one of six airlines globally certified as IEnvA Stage 2, the highest and most comprehensive level in terms of environmental regulatory compliance and governance thereto.

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