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Question is, can the 1time bid fly?

The firm bidding to take over the failed airline has brought to light several unexplained connections.

Zuma’s son and co take to budget airline skies

Low-cost African airline Fastjet could start operating in South Africa in partnership with an investment company linked to one of Jacob Zuma's sons.

Aviation’s glamour undimmed

Aviation industry analysts are torn over whether there is money to be made for those who dare to tread on the runway.

Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise

The liquidation of 1time has come as a shock to the executives of Fresh Air, which has had to ground budget flights linking Joburg and the Vic Falls.

Cash refunds for 1Time customers delayed

Consumers who paid cash for their 1Time air tickets may have to wait a little longer for a refund, says the liquidated airline.

1time not responsible for dead parrots

It was not the airline's fault that over 700 African Grey parrots from the Democratic Republic of Congo had died on a flight to Durban, 1time said.

1Time plane aborts take-off after engine failure

The pilot of a 1Time aircraft had to abort take-off after an engine failure at the OR Tambo airport on Sunday, the airline said.

1time refers unfair competition complaint to tribunal

Airline 1time has referred its unfair competition complaint against rival Kulula's exclusive use of Lanseria Airport to the Competition Tribunal.

Commission probes alleged collusion among airlines

The Competition Commission is probing major airlines for allegedly colluding on prices and pricing strategies ahead of the Soccer World Cup.

JSE weak in quiet trade, miners weigh

South African stocks were weaker at noon on Wednesday with miners under pressure on retreating metal prices, but the session was quiet as most traders are still away on a long weekend break. At noon, the JSE's broader all-share index was down 0,46%, with the gold and platinum mining indices down 1,47% and 1,65% respectively.

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