South African Airways launches new route to Brazzaville in the Congo
South African Airways, the airline analysed this week, expanded its intra-African network on 13 September when the Star Alliance airline connected its Johannesburg (JNB) hub with Brazzaville (BZV), the capital of the Republic of the Congo. Flights operate twice-weekly – on Thursdays and Saturdays – with A319 aircraft, competing with Interair South Africa’s also twice-weekly operations. South African Airways now operates to 28 African destinations. Theunis Potgieter, the airline’s GM Commercial, commented: “SAA is focused on ensuring that connections to developing African business and leisure hubs are strengthened. Our goal is to offer convenient connections and a world-class product to our customers across the continent. Adding these routes to our African route network further demonstrates our commitment to growth on the continent.”
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