South African Airways' Fleet Changes Over 10 Years Jen Deglmann

Infographic: South African Airways' Fleet Changes, 2006-16

South African Airways has only added two additional aircraft to its fleet size over the past 10 years.

South African Airways' main hub at the O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg has increased its fleet size by only two aircraft in the past decade. Despite limited growth, the airline has made many fleet changes, including an additional 12 Airbus A320-200s, six A330-200s and three A330-300s. The South African airline has eliminated the Airbus A340-200 and Boeing 747-400 from its fleet. In total, the carrier leases 35 of its aircraft and owns 21.

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