Mango Airlines temporarily suspended all flights and services on Tuesday until further notice due to outstanding payments to Air Traffic Navigation Services, acting CEO William Ndlovu said.
South African Airways subsidiary Mango Airlines will enter into business rescue, SAA’s interim CEO, Thomas Kgokolo, told the eNCA television news channel on Monday.
Mango will halt all flights to and from Lanseria at the end of March 2020. This comes as parent SAA will cease all domestic flights with the exception of a limited service to Cape Town at the end of February.
South African Airways cut flights to nine international cities and all domestic services except Johannesburg to Cape Town as the embattled state-owned carrier scales back to stay in business.
South African Airways has cancelled international flights between Johannesburg and Munich along with a range of local flights between Johannesburg and Cape Town and Johannesburg and Durban.
Passengers using low-cost airline Mango to fly between Johannesburg and Durban between now and 31 January will be able to use the G-Connect in-flight Wi-Fi service for free. And it’s all part of a plan to beat a world record.
Mango launched the in-flight Wi-Fi service in May. The airline
And we’re back! This week, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Craig Wilson for a midweek edition of TechCentral’s TalkCentral podcast. In the show this week, we talk about First National Bank’s new geo-payments facility and consider what it means for the other banks and chat about Craig’s Mango flight to test WirelessG’s
Internet service provider WirelessG, airline Mango and mobile operator Vodacom conducted a test flight on Tuesday to showcase the first in-flight Wi-Fi service in SA. Unfortunately, putting 115 people with multiple devices and the desire to test the service to
Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia unveiled six new handsets at its annual Nokia World event in London on Wednesday. The devices include the Lumia 800 and 710, smartphones running the Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” operating system, and four feature
Wireless hotspot provider WirelessG has confirmed that low-cost airline Mango will be the first to offer Wi-Fi on its entire fleet of aircraft. The service will be available in the first quarter of next year and will cost users between R50 and