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South African Airways cancels flights

Christian Fernsby |
South African Airways (SAA) has cancelled selected domestic flights and its service to Munich over the coming days after denying rumours that is on the verge of collapse.

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The carrier responded to media speculation yesterday by saying “flights to all its destinations continue as normal”.

But it added: “Where there may be flight schedule amendments, such operational changes will be managed and communicated in accordance with the industry norms and practices.”

Now SAA has announced it is “consolidating” some domestic services from Johannesburg to Cape Town and Durban’s King Shaka airport.

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