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SAA Autumn Sale to Southern Africa from £593

SAA Autumn Sale to Southern Africa from £593

South African Airways (SAA) has launched its autumn 2016 sale offering discounted fares from London Heathrow to select destinations in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and more.

South Africa continues to be a top destination for Irish travellers in 2016 thanks to the one-hour time difference meaning minimal jet lag and easy navigation by car on the left side of the road.

Economy Class and Business Class return fares from London Heathrow, including all taxes, fees and surcharges, are:

South Africa

Johannesburg: £593, £2,546

Cape Town: £613, 32,566

Durban: £620, £2,796

Port Elizabeth: £620, £2,796

East London: £720, £2,796

Nelspruit: £746, £2,816

Skukuza: £767, £2,840

Namibia

Windhoek: £613, £2,746

Botswana

Gaborone: £787, £2,800

Maun: £957, £3,041

Zimbabwe

Victoria Fall: £850, £2,906

 

Sale prices available for purchase until 27th September 2016

Economy sale fares valid for travel from*:

17th August 2016 to 8th October 2016

28th October 2016 to 12th December 2016

1st January 2017 to 29th March 2017

10th April 2017 to 21st June 2017

Business class sale fares valid for travel year-round

* T&Cs apply: Advertised fares are on a per person basis and indicate the lowest available return fare as of 24th August 2016 for the given travel dates, departure airport, arrival airport and cabin type. Advertised fares are strictly subject to availability and include all taxes, fees and surcharges as of 24th August 2016 but are subject to currency and tax fluctuations. Fares are available to book on www.flysaa.com or through the UK Call Centre only. Fare conditions, refund and change rules and Conditions of Carriage apply and are provided at the time of booking. SAA reserves the right to cancel or amend without notice the terms of this promotion and the availability of the advertised fares at any time.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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