World Airways said yesterday it will inaugurate scheduled passenger service between Newark and Johannesburg in June. Operating the service under a marketing and code-share agreement with Continental, World initially will offer three weekly flights using MD-11 aircraft in two-class configuration with 27 seats in business and 316 in economy class. Held up for seven months by a restraining order from the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware handling USAfrica's bankruptcy filing, ...
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