I've never seen a JNB-DAR or vice versa flight actually full. Sold out usually means cancelled. It could be they have consolidated some disrupted or cancelled flights. Perhaps someone in the company can confirm the actual status?
With more or less equal local shareholding, comments maligning the merits of multinational corporations are nothing more than pathetic whining. I have never before witnessed a company so deserving of failure, nor a group of adults with their heads buried so deep in sand. I see the same misguided confidence in Nico that was rammed down readers' throats about Ed. Bringing up slavery? Good grief, methinks you deserve all you get
And your point is what exactly about the continent. I compared Africa to Europe for that very reason. It's a collection of different governing bodies that agreed the open air policy to aid growth and travel whether for business or pleasure.
The bit about moving money to London would obviously fit for the FJET model but I was talking more in general sense. A new local based airline is faced with the same red tape and could put potential new comers off setting up in the first place.
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