South Africa’s Comair To Resume Flights Sept. 1

Credit: Rob Finlayson
South African carrier Comair has confirmed it will resume flights Sept. 1, after South Africa’s third COVID-19 wave triggered it to voluntarily ground itself July 5. The flight suspension was initially scheduled to last until July 30, but was extended until Aug. 31, when the South African government...

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