South Africa’s Comair Collapses After 76 Years

Kulula Comair
Credit: HARRY TEREZAKIS / Alamy Stock Photo
South African regional carrier Comair filed for liquidation June 9, after its administrators failed to find the necessary funding to keep the airline going. Comair, a 76-year veteran of the African aviation scene, suspended flights May 31 after running out of cash. The airline has been in South...

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