South African Airways


South African Airways (SAA) is the largest airline company in South Africa. It is located at Airways Park, which is due to OR Tambo International Airport. The company travels to 37 countries across the country, with offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

After South African Airways, there was a Union Airways, which the South African government bought and was given its real name in 1934. The company's expansion was rapid, heavily controlled by WWII. However, in 1945, SAA achieved its long-term objectives; is using a European route.

M & # 39; m & # 39; 1950s, Boeing 707 was followed, guided by the new types of "jet years". Moving forward was a constant process until the m & # 39; 1970s, where the airplane is growing rapidly; The results of the electoral slavery were the first to demonstrate how the world is moving. U.S. The Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 prohibited all trips by South African employees as SAA. In 1987, SAA's work for Perth and Sydney was over, due to the opposition of Australians.

M & # 39; in recent years, SAA triggered a restructuring, which was aimed at ensuring that all employees have the best skills in what is happening now, and re-set up business for the most benefit.

SAA runs to five sites allowed in warehouses and other countries 32 m & # 39; 26 countries and with British Airways, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Emirates, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Qatar Airways and United Airlines – with one of only nine of the six countries in the six countries.