South African Airways (SAA) has announced recovery plans that entail replacement capacity with partner airlines to support South African Express passengers. This comes after the suspension of SA Express operations by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) on Thursday, 24 May 2018.
South African Airways (SAA), South Africa’s national carrier, has been under new management since 1st November. Vujani Jarana has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). He will be in charge of implementing the airline's turnaround strategy jointly with the new SAA management team and board and will lead the airline responsibly with his sound entrepreneurial expertise and his confident vision for the future of the airline.
South African Airways celebrates 10 years of flight services between Munich and Johannesburg this summer.
On 1st of July 2017 South African Airways celebrates being the longest serving longhaul carrier to Frankfurt Airport.