South African Airways offers low premium business class fares for limited time

South African Airways (SAA) is offering special Premium Business Class fares from the US to destinations in Africa for travel in 2017, the airline said.

The fares are available from Washington, DC Dulles International Airport to Dakar, Senegal or Johannesburg or Cape Town, South Africa for just USD 4999.00 round-trip (restrictions apply). Travel on these fares is applicable for an extended period between February 6, 2017 and December 31, 2017, with tickets purchased by January 31, 2017.

These special Premium Business Class fares are available for purchase for nine days only.

South African Airways Premium Business Class customers enjoy lie-flat seats with duvet and pillows, gourmet cuisine paired with South African wines, and individual on-demand audio-visual entertainment system featuring an extensive menu of movies, television shows, games, new programs, and music choices. Also included in the Premium Class experience are lounge facilities, snooze rooms, rainfall showers, business and entertainment areas, and more.

Effective February 3, 2017 SAA is further enhancing the Premium Business Class experience with the introduction of the new Airbus A330-300 aircraft on the Washington Dulles route three-times weekly. The service will be further expanded on June 3, 2017 when the A330-300 operates on the Washington Dulles route on a daily basis.

South African Airways (SAA) serves over 75 destinations worldwide in partnership with SA Express, Airlink and its low cost carrier Mango. In North America, SAA operates daily nonstop flights from New York-JFK and direct flights from Washington D.C.-IAD (via Accra, Ghana and Dakar, Senegal) to Johannesburg. SAA has partnerships with United Airlines, Air Canada and JetBlue Airways, American Airlines and Virgin America, which offer convenient connections from more than 100 cities in the US and Canada to SAA´s flights. SAA is a Star Alliance member and the recipient of the Skytrax 4-Star rating for 14 consecutive years.