South African Airlines is based in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Websites: saa.com - flysaa.com
- saexpress.co.za - saa.co.za.
By 2014 all 747 are gone.
In april 2006 South African still has its 8 Boeing 747-400. Their total A340 fleet had grown to 16 aircraft (7 A340-600, 6 A340-200 and 3 A340-300). And they had 21 Boeing 737-800. And they had just taken delivery of 11 Airbus A319.
In april 2006 South African flies to all continents: America (New York, Atlanta, Sao Paulo), Australia (Perth), Asia (Mumbai, Hong Kong), Europe (London, Paris, Milan, Frankfurt, Zurich) and Africa (Nairobi, Kigali, Entebbe, Kinshasa, Dakar, Lagos, Abidjan, Accra, Luanda, Harare, Maputo, Lusaka, Mauritius) from Johannesburg or Cape Town.
In 2004 South African Airlines was using 20 Boeing 747 (of which 8 were 747-400, 6 were 747-300, 5 were 747-200 and one was a special paint 747 called Ndizani). They also used 6 Airbus A340 (of which 3 were A340-600 and 3 were A340-200.) They were also using 2 Boeing 767 and 31 Boeing 737 (of which 18 were 737-200 and 13 were 737-800).
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