South African low-cost carrier (LCC) FlySafair is planning to launch Boeing 737-400 operations between Johannesburg and Cape Town Oct. 17. FlySafair is the newly created low-cost arm of South African ad hoc charter and services company Safair, which was formed in 1969. Safair is part of Ireland’s ASL Aviation Group, which also includes Irish cargo carrier Air Contractors and French 737 operator Europe Airpost. South Africa’s Air Service Licensing Council (ASLC) has approved ...

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