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JOHANNESBURG Comair announced operations under the "kulula" brand resumed on 01-Dec-2020, marking the first Comair service in more than eight months.

 

 Details include:

 

  • kulula will eventually operate to "all major domestic destinations" and will add Cape Town-Durban service and operations from Johannesburg Lanseria Airport during Feb-2021;
  • Comair operations under the British Airways brand will resume for most domestic routes on 09-Dec-2020, followed by Durban-Port Elizabeth service and regional routes in early 2021;
  • Comair will initially operate 15 aircraft across the kulula and British Airways brands before gradually returning another 10 aircraft to service over the next seven months;
  • Comair will reopen its domestic SLOW lounges at Cape Town International Airport, Durban King Shaka International Airport and Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport, with other airports to follow as the schedule expands.


Business rescue practitioner Richard Ferguson commented: "While the formal business rescue process isn't entirely over, seeing Comair aircraft back in the skies signals the beginning of the end of one of the most complex and high-profile corporate restructurings in South Africa".#

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