South African Airways (SAA) has met with its partner airlines during a six-month roadshow and held discussions over placement of excess crews. The troubled African carrier has been working on a network and route rationalization program since November as part of a turnaround strategy, which SAA said is making “steady progress.” Over the past six months, SAA has met with major codeshare partners and potential commercial partners, including Air Mauritius, Emirates, Qatar Airways, ...

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