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06.12.2013

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SAA realigns African network


Effective tomorrow (7 December 2013), South African Airways (SAA) will cease to operate its own aircraft on the Johannesburg-Bujumbura (Burundi) and Kigali (Rwanda) route. The carrier will service that market through its recently announced code share partner RwandAir. This operational change is part of a general realignment which comprises the following frequency increases:

- Effective 10 December, flights between Johannesburg and Kinshasa (DRC) are to be increased from four to six per week.
- Effective 13 December, flights between Johannesburg and Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) will be increased from twelve to 13 per week.
- Effective 12 January 2014, flights between Johannesburg and Windhoek (Namibia) will increase from 20 to 21 per week.
- Effective 13 January 2014, flights between Johannesburg and Ndola (Zambia) will increase from 19 to 20 per week.
- Effective 14 January 2014, flights between Johannesburg and Lusaka (Zambia) will increase from 19 to 20 per week.

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