SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (SAA)

IATA: SA - 083 ICAO: SAA FOUNDED: 1934 CEASED OPERATIONS: -

HISTORY: SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS (SAA) is the flag carrier of South Africa. Its headquarters are in Airways Park on the grounds of OR Tambo International Airport in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. South African Airways was founded in 1934 after the acquisition of Union Airways by the South African government. Upon acquisition, the government changed the airline's name to South African Airways.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

20/4/1951 (From Johannesburg to Lisbon to Rome)

 

 

10/5/1954 (From E. Margues to Beira)

 

 

9/7/1958 (From Cape Town to Durban)

 

 

25/4/1964 (From Johannesburg to Cape Town)

 

 

8/11/1967 (From Johannesburg to Durban to Johannesburg)

 

 

31/6/1968 (From Salisbury to Johannesburg to London to Manchester to London)

 

 

10/1/1975 (From Athens to Johannesburg to Athens)

 

 

30/9/1975 (From Johannesburg to Cape Town to Johannesburg)

 

 

27/4/1976 (From Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg)

 

 

20/11/1980 (From Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg)

 

 

8/10/1981 (From London to Durban to London)

 

 

30/8/1982 (From Philadelphia to New York to Tel Aviv to Johannesburg)

 

 

8/10/1990 (From Johannesburg to Durban to Cape Town to Durban to Johannesburg)

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES ORDER 2/2/1977

 

 

 

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