The Saint Helena government said it has concluded negotiations for South African airline Comair to provide an air bridge for the remote British island territory. The Comair service will operate as a British Airways flight as part of its license agreement with the UK flag carrier, flying once a week to the South Atlantic island using a Boeing 737-800 in a two-class configuration from Johannesburg’s International Airport. The new Saint Helena Airport is due to open in early 2016 after ...

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