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SAA and Hawaiian Airlines launch new interline partnership

Posted 26 April 2017 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) and Hawaiian Airlines have established a new interline agreement, that provides new and convenient flight options for both SAA and Hawaiian customers travelling between the Hawaiian Islands and Southern Africa.

“This new interline partnership enables SAA and Hawaiian Airlines to broaden their route networks to provide some of the fastest connections between Hawaii and destinations throughout Africa,” said Aaron Munetsi, SAA acting general manager commercial.

“Our mutual customers will enjoy the warm traditional South African and Hawaiian Island hospitality throughout their journey from two award-winning airlines.”

With immediate effect, customers will be able to purchase a single itinerary for travel on flights of both carriers in one simple transaction and enjoy convenient connections via New York-John F. Kennedy International Airport between Hawaiian Airlines’ neighbour island network in Hawaii and over 75 destinations in Africa served by SAA.   

This new partnership will offer increased convenience to customers by allowing travel on one single electronic ticket and through interline baggage transfer upon check-in with either SAA or Hawaiian Airlines in the U.S. or Southern Africa.

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