SAA could lose some key routes if it defaults on Air Services Board obligations – SABC News

An aviation expert has warned that South African Airways (SAA) could lose some of its lucrative routes if its operating license is suspended. This comes after the national carrier was this week given 90 days by the South African Air Services Licensing Board to meet its compliance obligations and provide more details on its deal with the Takatso Consortium. Aviation analyst Phuthego Mojapele explains what the consequences of a suspended operating license would be. “A suspension does not mean that you will not be able to fly again or that…

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Brazil has 66.6 million defaults in May, the highest in the series

The analysis by sectors has shown that the largest volume of debt falls to the banking and card sector, with 28.2% of the total. In May, Brazil reached 66.6 million defaults, according to Serasa Experian. The number is the highest since the beginning of the historic series that began in 2016. Compared to the same month last year, the survey records an increase of 4 million negative CPFs. The analysis by sectors showed that the largest volume of debt is in the banking and card sector, with 28.2% of the…

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