One of South Africa’s leading travel insurance firms has stopped covering tickets issued by South African Airways (SAA) against insolvency, leaving the fate of the country’s struggling state-run airline hanging in the balance
SAA has outlined the economic losses it incurred following a week-long strike action.
Embattled South African Airways (SAA) said on Monday it would resume flights to six African destinations, as not all unions and union members had joined the strike over wages currently in its fourth day.
South African Airways says all passengers affected by the cancellation of flights due to the workers’ strike, have until November the 30th to re-book their tickets or finalise a refund from the airline.
South African Airways (SAA) says it will reinstate its international flights that were cancelled this weekend along with domestic and regional flights following a nationwide strike.