Flights to South Africa

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Security – Airports Company South Africa

Airports Company South Africa enforced rules that restrict the amount of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) that passengers may take on board in their hand luggage on international flights, to protect against the threat of liquid explosives. Read More

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Domestic flights in South Africa

Popular Domestic Airlines that offer quality cheap flights South Africa. Negotiating the best deals with some of the very well known domestic airlines such as Kulula, Mango, SAA and British Airways are what most people are after.

South African Airways: Flights to South Africa & Beyond

South African Airways, SAA is the flag carrier airline of South Africa. Its headquarters are in Airways Park on the grounds of O. R. Tambo International Airport in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. In partnership with SA Express, SA Airlink and its low-cost carrier, Mango, the airline flies to 56 destinations in South Africa, elsewhere in Africa and around the world from its Johannesburg hub, using a fleet of 56 aircraft. Vuyani Jarana has been CEO since November 2017.

South African Airways was founded in 1934 after the acquisition of Union Airways by the South African government. The airline was initially overseen and controlled by South African Railways and Harbours Administration. Anti-apartheid sanctions by African countries deprived the airline of stopover airports during apartheid, forcing it to bypass the continent with long-range aircraft. During this time, it was also known by its Afrikaans name, Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens (SAL), which has since been dropped by the airline. In 1997 SAA changed its name, image and aircraft livery and introduced online ticketing services. In 2006, SAA split from Transnet, its parent company, to operate as an independent airline.

SAA owns Mango, a low-cost domestic airline, and has established links with Airlink and South African Express. It is a member of the Star Alliance.