Less hassles from now on at the Johannesburg airport for SAA passengers

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In a significant development, South African Airways has decided to move all its operations to Terminal B at the O.R.Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

Submitted: March 25, 2010

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In a significant development, South African Airways has decided to move all its operations to Terminal B at the O.R.TamboInternationalAirport in Johannesburg.

 

All flights operated by South African Airways whether international or domestic will now operate from this terminal. Previously all international flights of South African Airways arrived at the international terminal and passengers had to walk down to the domestic terminal to catch their onward flights. The move is sure to help passengers make a swift and convenient transition who are usually in a hurry to board their connecting flights.

 

Innumerable flights to Johannesburg land at the O.R.TamboInternationalAirport and this strategic decision from South African Airways will surely reduce the congestion at the terminal during peak hours. Passengers boarding their flights from Johannesburg airport will now have more time on their hands to explore the newly opened shops and restaurants before proceeding to their next destination. Reduction in transfer time between flights will lead to a faster turnaround time and help South African Airways and its subsidiaries Airlink, South African Express to operate more flights in a time span of 24 hours.

 

Initiatives like these are expected to greatly increase the airline’s brand equity amongst frequent fliers who are always on the lookout of flights to Johannesburg that are not only cheap but also help them reduce their travelling time. If South African Airways continues to take such novel initiatives it will surely emerge as the preferred carrier of discerning business and leisure travellers in the African continent.

 


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