South African Airways (SAA) is estimating that its 90-Day Action Plan, which concluded March 24, will improve its full-year EBITDA by R1.25 billion ($103.4 million). This breaks down into R440 million from SAA’s network revamp, R290 million in fleet savings, R100 million from getting its Long-Term Turnaround Strategy (LTTS) back on track and R425 million from the renegotiation of over 150 supplier contracts. Detailing the audited results of the action plan, SAA acting CEO Nico ...

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