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SAA increases nonstop flights between Washington D.C. and Accra

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SAA increases nonstop flights between Washington D.C. and Accra
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South African Airways says it will increase the frequency of its nonstop flights between Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C. and Accra’s Kotoka International Airport to five days per week from April 2.

SAA’s regional general manager for North America Todd Neuman said the airline continued to see growing demand for the route and the increase in frequency would give business and leisure customers more options.

“Our service between Washington-Dulles and Accra has been a resounding success from its inception in 2015 and we are very pleased to further develop the route with the introduction of a fifth weekly flight," he said.

SAA said its flights to Accra would be available five days a week with continuing service to Johannesburg operating on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

The airline would continue to operate flights between the Dulles airport and Dakar, Senegal and onwards to Johannesburg, two days per week, providing service on the only wide-body aircraft flying nonstop between the U.S. and Senegal, Neuman said.

– African News Agency (ANA), Editing by Stella Mapenzauswa

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