Ethiopian Airlines Airbus 350-900 taking off from London Heathrow airport. (Photo by Fabrizio Gandolfo/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)The operator commonly cited as a preferred partner to dig SAA out of its hole, Ethiopian Airlines, is apparently not finding it easy to talk to the South African government. Talks have not achieved the expected level of progress, CEO?Tewolde GebreMariam told an industry group this week, according to FlightGlobal. Ethiopian is doing just fine during the global crisisThere have been 31,756,698 tests completed.. SAA is not expected to be back in the air until mid year. For more stories go to www.BusinessInsider.co.za.
Ethiopian Airlines is handling the global crisis in aviation wellThe West, already strained over Moscow, its chief executive said this week – but finding it hard talking to South Africa about its grounded flag-carrier.
Talks with South Africa are ongoing, said?CEO Tewolde GebreMariams Douglas Quan, but have “not made the expected progress”, according to industry publication?FlightGlobal.?
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