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Comair strike by Numsa-affiliated ground staff averted, for now
Comair strike by Numsa-affiliated ground staff averted, for now
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will no longer be embarking on a planned national strike against Comair after the...
SAA flights’ failure to take off may down state airline
SAA flights’ failure to take off may down state airline
A spate of aborted flights at beleaguered SAA, the latest of which happened when chief executive Vuyani Jarana was on board one of the state...
Court rules in favour of Comair in SAA anticompetition case
Court rules in favour of Comair in SAA anticompetition case
The South Gauteng High Court has ruled in Comair's favour in a case initiated against SAA 14 years ago over the national carrier's anti-competitive...
South Africa must accept reality and unburden itself from owning a national airline
South Africa must accept reality and unburden itself from owning a national airline
South Africa needs to accept the reality that the time when national airlines flew as carriers of national pride is a thing of the past. Some...
Editorial: Public pays for state failure on constitutional values and good governance
Editorial: Public pays for state failure on constitutional values and good governance
Two court cases – one beginning, one ending – of the past week offer valuable insights into the difficult relationship between the state and...
Headwinds slow Comair down
Headwinds slow Comair down
The country's new visa regulations have added to the already tough environment faced by South African airlines, hurting some carriers' regional...
FlySafair grounded before first flight
FlySafair grounded before first flight
The high court in Pretoria has grounded new start-up low cost airline FlySafair before it has even taken off, following an application by two rival...
Editorial: The tiller wobbles
Editorial: The tiller wobbles
The independence of boards and executives, he implied, must be subordinated to the directives of the developmental state.
Comair wants input on SAA bailouts
Comair wants input on SAA bailouts
Comair has launched a court application to attempt to compel government to consult with the aviation industry before awarding any further guarantees or bailouts to national carrier South African Airways....
Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
Fresh Air goes sour with 1time demise
The flights were under a joint-venture partnership between South Africa's troubled 1time and Zimbabwean aviation company Nu Aero.
Comair sues SAA for unfair practice
Comair sues SAA for unfair practice
Already in the spotlight for allegedly forcing out competition after the liquidation of low-cost carrier 1Time, SAA was taken to the South Gauteng...
Taxed to the sky
Taxed to the sky
The construction of La Mercy Airport in Durban is at the centre of the recent turbulence in South Africa's air transport sector.

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