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SAA launches its new-look website

Posted 16 March 2017 · Add Comment

South African Airways (SAA) has recently launched its new-look website at www.flysaa.com, which promises more speed, more options and more simplicity.

Flysaa.com assists passengers with travel needs from booking a ticket to advance checking in, to upgrading travel class using the Step-Up product, or finding accommodation and renting a car.

“SAA has made considerable changes to its online portal making it now even easier for customers to manage the complete travel experience,” said Kim Thipe, SAA head marketing.

The website has been upgraded with new features and functionality giving more choice to customers and encourages more engagement. Its new features include a new simplistic design and content elements which are in line with global standards making it easier to navigate the new flysaa.com. Added also are user-friendly icons directing customers to a more seamless travel experience.  Another feature allows customers to rebook international flights.  The new flysaa.com is a fully responsive website; and it is fully accessible for customers with special needs including passengers that rely on assistive devices such as screen readers.

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