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Airlink has applied for and is far along the process of snapping up the licences to operate a number of routes that SAA has cut back on and, in some instances, appears to have scrapped entirely. Rodger Foster, Airlink md and ceo, told TNW that the airline’s application for licences to operate flights to Abuja, Libreville, Douala, Luanda, Brazzaville, Moroni and Cotonou had been approved by the South African Air Licensing Council.

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