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SAA Recorded Pre-Tax Profit of US$83.7 Million For Year Ending March 2010

posted Jan 24, 2011, 11:37 PM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 24 JAN 2011
 
 

Air Zimbabwe plans to allocate US$500 million as part of restructuring, which carrier will use to buy four aircraft, two for regional routes and two for intercontinental routes. Source_1

 

Federal Airports Authority (NG) grounds flights, for several hours, of Aero Contractors, AirNigeria, Dana, Changchangi, and IRS, over debts of US$26 million on 22 January 2011. Source_1

 

Federal Airports Authority (NG) says temporary grounding of indebted domestic carriers to continue this week, with suspension lifted once debts paid. Source_1

 

South African Airways recorded pre-tax profit of US$83.7 million for year ending March 2010, following US$56 million profit in 2009. Source_1

 

Skyworld Aviation (UK) places ATR72-200, serial 461, with Islas Airways (Spain Canary Islands), which is operating aircraft on 5 year lease. Skyworld was appointed by GA Finance (Netherlands) to market aircraft. Source_1

 

South African Airways to receive delivery of first of six new A330-200s on 07 February 2010, to replace carrier’s six A340-200s. Aircraft performed maiden flight on 17 January. Six A330-200s being leased from AirCastle (US), says Airbus spokesperson Linden Birns. Carrier to also receive 20 new A320s between 2013 and 2015. Source_1

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