South African Airways, 1990

In 1990, South Africa was starting a slowish democratization process (which would still last for several years)

This 1990 timetable includes international services flown by SAA, plus many connections to other destinations in Europe and the Americas. Airlines such as TAP and Olympic were flying to Johannesburg, and also Sabena and UTA were flying between Kinshasa and South Africa. 






The world was different back then: Two countries that no longer exist: Zaire and "South West Africa" (SWA) which is Namibia today. 













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