The airline has been heavily affected by the drop in demand for passenger flights.
Implementation of another month-long lockdown in the UK has forced several airlines to cancel flights to South Africa.
The Southern African country famous for magnificent landscapes and abundant wildlife is taking a phased approach to reopening its borders.
Airlines are struggling to fill their flights, especially international flights.
British Airways and Kulula, operated by Comair, are set to fly again by December.
Delta Airlines has once again delayed the relaunch of its flights between South Africa and the US, with the awaited addition of Cape Town as a stopover now also postponed until January.
Hopping on a plane any time soon? Then you’ll need to get to grips with the latest directives on masks, issued by Minister Fikile Mbalula.
While borders have remained closed in many countries, some airlines have been finding new and exciting ways to get passengers back onto flights.
There were reports that Mango would ground its flights on Saturday night 26 September. The airline has since set the record straight.
The Tourism industry, as well as politicians, are pleading for the resumption of international travel. Will Level 1 be the game-changer?
At the same time a number of reports into SA’s recent ‘flight incidents’ was released, aviation authorities have had to dispell some rumours.
From the inter-provincial to the international, we take a quick look at the allowances South Africans get when it comes to our travel plans.