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Arrival of air mail with SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFB.
Arrival of air mail with SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFB.
Junkers JU-52, CR-AAK, part of the DETA fleet. DETA (Divisão de Exploração dos Transportes Aéreos...
Junkers JU-52, CR-AAK, part of the DETA fleet. DETA (Divisão de Exploração dos Transportes Aéreos, later Direcção de Exploração dos Transportes Aéreos). Became LAM - Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin d'Urban' in flight.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin d'Urban' in flight.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AJI 'Major Warden' with three people in the foreground.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AJI 'Major Warden' with three people in the foreground.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFB at airport.
SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFB at airport.
Johannesburg. Rand airport. SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin D'Urban'. Note unfinished airm...
Johannesburg. Rand airport. SAA Junkers JU-52 ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin D'Urban'. Note unfinished airman's clock.
Johannesburg, 1939. Rand airport. SAA Junkers Ju-52 ZS-ALS 'Thomas Halstead' approaching landing....
Johannesburg, 1939. Rand airport. SAA Junkers Ju-52 ZS-ALS 'Thomas Halstead' approaching landing. SEE N46604
SAA Airspeed Envoy ZS-AGB 'Sir Hercules Robinson' at airport.
SAA Airspeed Envoy ZS-AGB 'Sir Hercules Robinson' at airport.

SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.
1934. SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.

SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.
1937. SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.
SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' without wings being transported.
SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' without wings being transported.
SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGG 'Ryk Tulbagh' on runway. Note Rolls-Royce Kestrel engines.
SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGG 'Ryk Tulbagh' on runway. Note Rolls-Royce Kestrel engines.

SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ATE 'Ryk Tulbagh'. See N50622.
1940. SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ATE 'Ryk Tulbagh'. See N50622.
SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ASP 'Richard King' on runway, used for internal flights. Aircraft constr...
SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ASP 'Richard King' on runway, used for internal flights. Aircraft construction number is 2030.
Group of people posing at SAA Douglas DC-4 ZS-AUA 'Tafelberg'.
Group of people posing at SAA Douglas DC-4 ZS-AUA 'Tafelberg'.
SAA Lockheed Constellation ZS-DBR 'Cape Town' in flight along Caifornia coastline.
SAA Lockheed Constellation ZS-DBR 'Cape Town' in flight along Caifornia coastline.
Johannesburg. Jan Smuts airport. SAA Lockheed Constellation ZS-DBU. See N63061.
Johannesburg. Jan Smuts airport. SAA Lockheed Constellation ZS-DBU. See N63061.
Mr CM Hoffe and three senior officers on arrival at Union airport.
Mr CM Hoffe and three senior officers on arrival at Union airport.
Passengers leaving SAA Douglas DC-7B ZS-DKE 'Reiger'.
Passengers leaving SAA Douglas DC-7B ZS-DKE 'Reiger'.

SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.
1934. SAA Junkers JU-86 ZS-AGJ 'General David Baird' in flight.
SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ASP 'Richard King' on runway, used for internal flights.
SAA Lockheed Lodestar ZS-ASP 'Richard King' on runway, used for internal flights.
SAA Douglas DC-4 taking off.
SAA Douglas DC-4 taking off.
SAA Douglas DC-4 ZS-AUA 'Tafelberg' at airport.
SAA Douglas DC-4 ZS-AUA 'Tafelberg' at airport.
Minister of Transport Frederick Claud Sturrock and Brigadier Charles Hoffe (left) with SAAF DC-3 ...
Minister of Transport Frederick Claud Sturrock and Brigadier Charles Hoffe (left) with SAAF DC-3 / C-47 Dakota 6810 aircraft in background.
SAA Douglas DC-3 with staff on stairs. Crew and Hostess.
SAA Douglas DC-3 with staff on stairs. Crew and Hostess.
Group of dancers at SAA Douglas DC-7B ZS-DKD  'Drommedaris' with Union Jack flag. Note "Drom...
Group of dancers at SAA Douglas DC-7B ZS-DKD 'Drommedaris' with Union Jack flag. Note "Drommedaris" with double "m".