South African Airways (SAA) has announced three product enhancements that are set to delight customers flying on the award-winning South African national flag carrier offering a world-class service when travelling.
South African Airways (SAA) is the leading carrier in Africa, the winner of the ‘Best Airline in Africa’ Award in the regional category for ten consecutive years and the winner of ‘Service Excellence Africa’ for three consecutive years, serving 26 destinations across the continent, as well as major destinations within South Africa and internationally from its Johannesburg hub.
From 1 April 2013, SAA customers will be able to flip through the pages of a newly designed onboard magazine, Sawubona, and enjoy sipping on one of the world’s finest champagnes, Taittinger, as well as select cuisine from a menu designed by Chef Benny Masekwameng, Executive Chef of Tsogo Sun.
SAA appointed Ndalo Media as the publisher of its onboard magazine, Sawubona, and tasked the publisher to produce a bold publication that will unearth positive South African stories and share them with the world. SAA is confident that the fresh, warm design and editorial approach sets Sawubona apart from other inflight magazine.
Through the introduction of one of the world’s finest champagnes, Taittinger, it is evident that SAA only offers the best of the best to customers travelling business class on international and long-haul regional flights. The excellent champagne from Reims, France, will also be enjoyed by customers visiting SAA’s Premium and Cycad lounges.
SAA also has the pleasure of collaborating with Tsogo Sun’s Executive Chef, Benny Masekwameng to create a delectable new menu set to delight travellers’ taste buds. SAA is proud to showcase and expose quintessentially South African cuisine by partnering with established hotel group Tsogo Sun in this regard.
All these partnerships are aligned with SAA’s mandate to bring the world to Africa and to take Africa to the world.