South African Airways (SAA) will launch new nonstop use between Washington, D.C.-Dulles International Airport and Accra’s Kotoka International Airport on Aug 3, 2015. With a introduction of this new flight, SAA will be providing a usually nonstop moody between Washington D.C. and Ghana, as good as a usually Skytrax 4-Star rated airline use and world-class peculiarity from North America to a whole West Africa region. South African Airways also offers connectors from over 50 markets in a U.S. and Canada by a airline partners United Airlines, JetBlue Airways and Virgin America around Washington, D.C.-Dulles.
“This is a vital expansion and feat for a airline as partial of a vital expansion on a African continent. With an stretched participation in West Africa, in a form of nonstop services to both Accra and Dakar from Washington D.C., a business will shortly have entrance to some-more destinations in a region,” says Nico Bezuidenhout, South African Airways’ Acting Chief Executive Officer.
South African Airways’ flights to Accra will be accessible 4 days a week with stability use to Johannesburg, South Africa, handling on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. SAA will revoke a stream flights from Washington D.C.-Dulles to Dakar, Senegal and onwards to Johannesburg, to 3 days a week, handling on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
To applaud a launch of this new route, South African Airways is charity special rudimentary fares of $899 round-trip (restrictions apply), accessible for squeeze from May 27 to Jun 26, 2015, for transport between Aug 3 and Oct 31, 2015.
South African Airways, www.flysaa.com