Regional carrier South African Airlink will dispose of its remaining fleet of British Aerospace Jetstream J41 turboprops as it focuses on larger types. Once a major operator of the 30-seat J41 with 16 on strength, its fleet has now shrunk to seven; these are now to be disposed of via UK-based remarketer Cockley Brake. Privately owned SA Airlink operates as a franchisee of South African Airways and has a feeder network linking small towns, regional centers and hubs in the country. CEO Rodger ...

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