AVIATION SAA

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The Pan American Airways advertising poster series brings back the time when this great airline was looked upon as America’s premier international carrier. From the early, exciting days of the Flying Clippers, to the Boeing Stratocruisers and into to the Retro Airline, Airline Travel, Air Travel, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Postcards, Airplane Photography, Vintage Airplanes, Art Graphique, Advertising Poster

Talking with #author M.S. Spencer; #newRelease #TWRP

Today I've got fellow Wild Rose Press sistah, M.S. Spencer visiting me. She has a new release out today, titled LAPSES OF MEMORY and she's giving you a little glimpse into how the story came about. So, sit back and prepare to delve into the mind of a writer when inspiration hits! Here's: M.S..... Thanks so…

dre aviation, Africa's Leading Airline Consultancy, appreciating SAA over the years. Airline Logo, Civil Aviation, Aviation Art, Passenger Aircraft, Boeing 777, Commercial Aircraft, My Land, African History, South Africa

Africa's Leading Airline Consultancy

dre aviation, Africa's Leading Airline Consultancy, appreciating SAA over the years.....

South African Airways (SAA) old logo used to have a flying springbok. Only recently realized that they reintegrated it into their new logo. South African Air Force, Life Falling Apart, Airline Logo, Air Photo, Old Logo, African History, Fighter Jets, Logo Google, Storms

Should the Flying Springbok be retired forever or be revived?

So, our flag carier have a long history of the Flying Springbok. Our call sign is SPRINGBOK internationally. Should it be retired and put out of our heads...

Story of the - Boeing Website Iran Air, Douglas Aircraft, Cargo Aircraft, Jumbo Jet, Commercial Aircraft, Wide Body, Boeing 747, Fuel Economy, Africa Travel

Story of the B747SP - Boeing 747SP Website

When the 747 entered revenue service in early 1970, the people at Boeing had a big hit on their hands.

SAA over Granger Bay 1985 The Boeing Olifants, of the South African Airways makes a low pass over Granger Bay. No sign of the Waterfront yet! Johannesburg City, Passenger Aircraft, Aviation Industry, Aircraft Photos, Commercial Aircraft, Cape Town, South Africa, Fighter Jets, Airplanes

SAA over Granger Bay 1985

The Boeing 737, Olifants, of the South African Airways makes a low pass over Granger Bay. No sign of the Waterfront yet!

☼✈South African Airways✈ lineup Two one SP and one At SAA Technical. Old Planes, Jumbo Jet, Passenger Aircraft, Civil Aviation, Boeing 747, Airports, Spacecraft, Visual Identity, Airplanes

South African Airways B747 lineup

Two -200's, one SP and one -400 At SAA Technical.

 A young lad stands in awe of the landing gear of a SAA, Douglas Skymaster named ‘Swartberg’ -- circa 1958 Africa Symbol, Nostalgic Pictures, Douglas Aircraft, Aircraft Painting, Walk The Earth, Landing Gear, Paint Schemes, South Africa, Pilot

Halloooo.......mister pilot, c1958.

a Young enthusiast inspecting a South African Airways DC 4 Skymaster.

South African Airways introduces its 2012 London Olympics logojet Olympic Colors, National Airlines, 2012 Summer Olympics, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, London Places, World Pictures, New South, South Africa

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South African Airways introduces its 2012 London Olympics logojet | World Airline News

South African Airways Airbus (registered ZS-SXD) in the "London livery making a flypast at Waterkloof Airplane Decor, Airplane Window, Aeroplane Flying, South African Air Force, Commercial Plane, Airplane Photography, Aircraft Painting, Airline Travel, Civil Aviation

THE QUEST FOR GREENER PASTURE: the North American Experience

Journey to foreign lands for greener pastures, Africans and their love for western countries

South African Airways ZS-SAL aircraft at Zurich photo Boeing 747 200, Civil Aviation, Aircraft, African, Zurich, Airplanes, Commercial, Moon, The Moon

South African Airways Boeing 747-200 photo by David James Clelford

South African Airways 747-200 photo taken by David James Clelford - This classic was originally delivered to SAA January 1972. Unfortunately it has now been broken up.