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South African Airways

South African Airways introduction

South African Airways, previously known as Suid-Afrikaanse Lugdiens (SAL), is the flag carrier and largest airline in South Africa. Using Cape Town and Johannesburg airport as a hub, South African Airways flies to over 700 destinations across six continents. This South African airline is also Star Alliance member, giving passengers access to frequent flier miles and other bonuses from the alliance's 28 member airlines, as well as codesharing agreements with a number of other airlines including Jet Blue and Virgin Atlantic.

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