South African Airways intra-Africa service changes from Oct 2017

South African Airways this month made additional changes to its intra-Africa operation, as the airline schedules to end Libreville, Cotonou and Douala service by January 2018. Latest changes effective from October 2017 as follow.

Johannesburg – Libreville – Cotonou eff 29OCT17 Reduce from 3 to 2 weekly, last flight scheduled on 07JAN18
Johannesburg – Libreville – Douala eff 06OCT17 Reduce from 3 to 1 weekly, last flight scheduled on 06JAN18*
Johannesburg – Luanda eff 09OCT17 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly. From 29OCT17 to 03JAN18, 2 of 4 weekly flights operated by A320, instead of A330/340
Johannesburg – Pointe Noire – Brazzaville – Johannesburg eff 08OCT17 1 weekly service cancelled (Reduced from 3 weekly since 24SEP17)

* In previous report filed on Airlineroute on 22SEP17, it was stated this route being reduced form 5 to 3 weekly from 09OCT17, which was an error.


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