South African startup FlySafair is planning to launch services Oct. 16, a year later than planned, after its rivals blocked its 2013 launch at the last minute on ownership grounds. Cape Town-based FlySafair originally planned to launch Oct. 17, 2013, but was thwarted by a legal challenge by British Airways franchise carrier Comair and low-cost startup SkyWise. FlySafair, which has since revamped its ownership structure, secured its domestic scheduled passenger license earlier this year and ...

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