South African Airways CEO Chris Smyth told ATWOnline at last week's IATA annual general meeting in Kuala Lumpur that he expects the airline to post an operating profit for its fiscal year started April 1 and that the carrier's two-year restructuring is largely complete. "Now we have to be sustainable," he said. Smyth, who spent several years as Kenya Airways' CFO, earlier this year replaced Khaya Ngqula, who was ousted in February by SAA's board after it commissioned an independent ...

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