South African Airways SA
South African Airways (SAA) celebrated its 78th Anniversary in 2012 and is one of the oldest airlines in the world. SAA has received numerous “Best African Airline: awards from difference leading magazines and international organisations.
The airline operates one of the most technologically advanced aircraft fleets in the world and offers an exclusive and highly rated product. The vision of SAA is to be an African Airline with Global Reach underpinned by values of safety, valuing its people, customer focused, accountability and integrity.
SAA is one of the leading and most experienced carriers within Africa offering over 21 destinations across the continent, as well as major destinations within South Africa, including its hub, Johannesburg. SAA’s international network creates links to all continents from South Africa through 11 direct routes and 22 code-shares.
SAA introduced the Airbus A330-200 to its fleet in 2011 and more recently added two Airbus A320s to its fleet.
Many leading airlines are customers of SAA Technical, the largest and most advanced maintenance provider on the African continent.
Mango and SAA hold the number one and number two successive spots as South Africa’s most on-time airlines.
As part of a resent research conducted amongst 38,000 university students in South Africa, SAA was listed number 17 from 30 companies for most sought after employers to work for under the Business Category.