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Details for South African Airways

South African Airways is Africa\\\'s leading airline. On 1 April 1999 South African Airways - formerly a division of Transnet, entered a new era of privatisation and was renamed South African Airways (Pty) Ltd.
Type: Airline

You can collect Miles/Points for following programs here:

Aegean Miles & Bonus1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 500 Miles)
Air Canada Aeroplan1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 250 Miles)
Air China PhoenixMiles1 km per flown Mile (minimum 500 km)
Air New Zealand Air Points
between 25 and 440 Airpoints, depending on the Ticket Fare and Distance of the flight.
All Nippon Airways ANA Mileage Club1 Miles per flown Mile
Asiana Club1 Miles per flown Mile
BMI Diamond Club1 miles per flown Mile
Continental OnePass1 Miles per flown Mile
Egyptair Plus1 Miles per flown Mile
El Al Matmid Club
between 10 and 217 Points
Lufthansa Miles & More1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 250 Miles)
Qantas Airways Frequent Flyer1 Points per flown Mile
SAS EuroBonus1 Points per flown Mile
Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer1 Miles per flown Mile
Skywards1 Miles per flown Mile
South African Airways Voyager1 Voyager Miles per flown Mile (minimum 250 Voyager Miles)
Spanair Plus
Between 100 and 2,563 points per journey depending on distance and class
TAP Victoria1 Miles per flown Mile
Thai Airways International Royal Orchid Plus1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 500 Miles)
Turkish Airlines Miles&Smiles1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 250 Miles)
United Airlines Mileage Plus1 Miles per flown Mile (minimum 500 Miles)
US Airways Dividend Miles1 Miles per flown Mile
Virgin Atlantic Airways Flying Club1 flying club miles per flown Mile

Other News for South African Airways
JetBlue partners with Dubai-based Emirates - KHOU 
Apartheid in post-apartheid South Africa - The Independent 
South African Airways Offers Great New Fares, Great Schedules to East Africa - PR Newswire (press release) 
South African Airways and 2AFRIKA announce reduced airfare to Kenya - (press release) 
SAT to grow Nigerian market through leisure - Nigerian Tribune 

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