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Comair (South Africa) reports net profit increase of 22 percent at US$12.7 million for fiscal 2010 ending June 30

posted Sep 15, 2010, 7:19 AM by Rowan Hewitt

Changjiang Leasing (China) in discussion with Bombardier about possible CSeries order, according to executive vice president Ren Weidong.

SkyWest (US) granted early termination of waiting period with respect to its proposed acquisition of ExpressJet. Transaction expected to close during 4Q 2010.

Mango (South Africa), LCC subsidiary of South African Airlines, reports second year of profitable performance with US$2.6 million pre-tax profit. Market share grew 15 percent over past year, says CEO Nico Bezuidenhout.

Kenya Airways to meet with Boeing about delayed B787 order, says managing director Titus Naikuni.

Nairobi Transglobal Cargo Centre (Kenya), located at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, confirms first two customers, Emirates SkyCargo and Astral Avia.

Africa West Airlines (Togo) acquired single DC9 freighter, serial 47706 in August 2010.

Comair (South Africa) reports net profit increase of 22 percent at US$12.7 million for fiscal 2010 ending June 30 compared to US$10.3 million for fiscal 2009, with revenue at US$425 million.

SA Express (South Africa) reportedly looks to renew codeshare with RwandAir on route beween Johannesburg and Kigali.

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