SAA restores full service
South African Airways (SAA) has restored full service over the weekend, after reaching an agreement with unions to end the industrial action strike which began on 15
SAA, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the South African Airways Cabin Crew Association (SACCA), ratified an agreement on 21 November 2019.
Tim Clyde-Smith, SAA Asia Pacific Regional General Manager said the agreement was a positive resolution for the unions, passengers and SAA.
“We are pleased to announce the restoration of all services over the weekend, following an agreement with unions to end the industrial action. SAA recognises the important
contributions of our employees as they significantly impact our company’s success, operations and economic development.
“We are committed to assisting customers who have been unable to travel due to this industrial action, and deeply apologise for the inconvenience caused,” Mr Clyde-Smith
Domestic, regional Africa and international flights are in operation and on schedule.
Customers holding a confirmed itinerary may proceed to departure airports.
For further flight updates, visit www.flysaa.com
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