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South African Airways Offers “More of Africa for Less,” with FARES Starting at $999* Round Trip (Restr. Apply)

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Low Fares to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, and 12 Other Destinations throughout Africa

Fort Lauderdale, FL – South African Airways (SAA), Africa’s most awarded airline, launched the “More of Africa for Less” fare sale, with low fares from the U.S. to 15 destinations in Africa. Fares start at just $999* round trip (restrictions apply) for SAA’s flights from Washington, DC (Dulles) to Johannesburg. Travel from Washington to Dakar, Senegal, starts at $1,040*, to Cape Town at $1,030*, and to Durban at $1,040* (restrictions apply.) Fares from New York (JFK) to Johannesburg on SAA’s daily non-stop flight start at just $1,050*, to Cape Town at $1,080*, and to Durban at $1,090*(restrictions apply).  Low add-on fares are also available to Blantyre, Lilongwe, Mauritius, Maputo, Windhoek, Lusaka, Livingstone, Harare, Victoria Falls, Dar es Salaam, and Entebbe. The fares listed, which include taxes and fees, are available for purchase now through Sept. 24th for travel Oct. 20th – Dec 9th, 2013 and Jan. 11th – Feb. 28th, 2014. To book the “More of Africa for Less” fares, travelers should call 1-800-722-9675, visit here, or call their travel agent. For a full listing of discounted fares, visit here.

“Only South African Airways can offer North American travelers such an extensive route network throughout Africa, and the ‘More of Africa for Less’ sale is making it possible to travel to 15 destinations on the continent at really low fares,” said Marc Cavaliere, executive vice president, North America and Alliances for South African Airways. “Getting there is not only more affordable and more value for the money on SAA, but more comfortable and with better schedules, too. SAA is the most convenient, enjoyable and affordable way to experience that dream African vacation, visit friends and family, or conduct that important business trip.”

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