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Business rescue has provided an opportunity to restructure the business.
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Comair's British Airways brand will likely end up being the only premier domestic service in SA once it takes to the skies again in December. 

At least, that's in the view of Glenn Orsmond, who represents the Comair Rescue Consortium.

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