No councils, no supervision for SAA

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SAA may take to the skies again later this month. Photo: Getty Images
SAA may take to the skies again later this month. Photo: Getty Images

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The term of office of the domestic and international airline licensing councils concluded at the end of March. As the councils have not been reappointed, SAA need no longer answer several difficult questions about its future plans.

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