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South Africa's Mango Airlines briefly suspends flights due to outstanding payment

Christian Fernsby |
Mango Airlines apologized for flight interruptions and delays.

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"We can confirm that our services and all flights are temporarily suspended from today, 27 July 2021 until further notice due to outstanding payments to ATNS. Senior management and our shareholder are locked-in in emergency discussions to find an amicable solution to this impasse," Mango Acting CEO, William Ndlovu says.

"Affected passengers with valid and available contact details will be informed via Email and SMS accordingly.

"Customers are also urged to contact us via email to deal with cancellations and voucher related matters specifically. Issued vouchers will be valid for 24 months. Please do anticipate much longer than ordinary waiting time for enquiries or emails to be cleared.

"Alternatively, Guests may also check our Website to enquire about cancellations or any other flight related matter in this regard.

"We plan to resume normal operations as soon as possible. We ask for calm and patience as we navigate through these challenges. We will update the public as soon as possible. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience caused," Ndlovu said.

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