South African Airways (SAA), the leading carrier on the African continent, has enhanced its Central African route network with the main focus being on a much improved service offering to its ever growing client base.
SAA operates to five destinations in Central Africa – Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Douala in Cameroon, Brazzaville and Pointe Noire in the Republic of Congo, and to Libreville in Gabon.
With effect from 31 July SAA will reschedule its flights to operate from Johannesburg to…
Libreville: traffic on the Waterfront avenue. Photo by M.Torres, courtesy iStock.
The main challenge any traveller will face is the daunting and expensive task of manoeuvering around a country that only has about two million inhabitants, the majority of them living around the one and only city centre of Libreville. Founded as a town by…
Douala, Cameroon. Image by © Ivan Vdovin/JAI/Corbis
South African Airways, the South African national flag carrier, will reroute its flights from Douala International Airport in Cameroon to Yaoundé, due to the closure of the airport in Douala for reconstruction work.
SAA’s four weekly flights from Johannesburg to Libreville (Gabon) and onwards to Douala in Cameroon will be rerouted from 1 until 21 March 2016 to the Nsimalen…