Articles tagged “comair”

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

What South Africa’s Virus Protocols Tell Us About Balancing a Travel Economy With a Nation’s Health

Matthew Parsons, Skift

South Africa is understandably cautious as it approaches winter, and doing all it can to stave off a health crisis. But its strict and prolonged protocols might end up doing more harm than good.

5 months ago

The Secret to 72 Years of Profit at South Africa’s Comair

The Secret to 72 Years of Profit at South Africa’s Comair

Richard Holmes, Skift

Do airlines need non-airline businesses to survive? If one company’s unbroken 72-year run of profits is anything to go by, the answer is a resounding yes.

2 years ago

African Aviation Has Many Complications Including a Lack of Volume

African Aviation Has Many Complications Including a Lack of Volume

Richard Holmes, Skift

Despite an enormous pool of potential passengers, Africa’s low-cost market has yet to take off. Are restrictive bilateral agreements to blame, or is something else going on here? For many airlines, the numbers just don’t add up.

4 years ago