South African Airways

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A SAA Boeing 747.

South African Airways is the largest airline of South Africa. It is based at Johannesburg. It has been flying since 1934.

Current fleet[change | change source]

As of February 2018, South African Airways' fleet consists of the following aircraft:[1]

South African Airways fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Airbus A319-100 7 25 95 120
Airbus A320-200 10 24 114 138
Airbus A330-200 6 36 186 222
Airbus A330-300 5 46 203 249
Airbus A340-300 7 38 215 253 ZS-SXD in Team South Africa 2012 livery
231 269
Airbus A340-600 9 42 275 317 This fleet was originally ordered by Swissair. ZS-SNC in Star Alliance livery.
Boeing 737-800 6 32 125 157 ZS-SJV in Star Alliance livery.
Cargo fleet
Boeing 737-300F 3
Cargo
ZS-TGG Leased from Star Air Cargo
Total 53



  1. planespotters.net - South African Airways retrieved 3 February 2018