Aviation expert and Managing Director of Plane talking Linden Burns says that Airlink exists as a carrier that provides full service to people who need to travel between the bigger economic hubs while FlySafair is only competing on the low cost sector against Mango and Kulula. He says that the two airlines are not going to merge their operations and they will continue to run as two separate entities.
Airlink and Safair will not merge operations
Image: SABCAirlink airline acquired Flysafair airline and the two companies are looking to merge.
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