1Time targets intra-Africa expansion
South Africa’s 1time signed an agreement with Solenta Aviation and ACIA Aero Holdings in Dec-08, aiming to expand its operations across Africa. The agreement forms part of a funding arrangement, permitting the Solenta/ACIA Group to purchase shares in 1time. The group cited acquisition and growth opportunities as a key reason behind the agreement. [1650 words]
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This report contains the following subheadings:
- Kulula.com hopes to see the end of Government bailouts
- Mango expects to report a profit as it maintains domestic capacity share
- Fly540 targets network expansion with fleet expansion schedule
- Airtime Airlines faces trademark injunction as launch is postponed
This report contains the following charts and tables:
- 1time fleet: Week commencing 09-Mar-09
- 1time: Route map
- Top ten African routes (seats per week)
- Johannesburg-Cape Town capacity breakdown by carrier (seats per week as % of total)
- Kulula.com: Route map
- Kulula.com fleet: Week commencing 09-Mar-09
- South Africa domestic capacity breakdown by carrier (seats per week as % of total)
- Fly540 ATR 72
- Fly540 fleet: Week commencing 09-Mar-09
- Fly540: Route map
- Airtime Airlines 'ifly Airtime' logo
- 1time logo
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