Comair, which has reported a R555m half-year net loss, says it will claim compensation from Boeing for grounding an aircraft of a type involved in deadly crashes. This is in addition to pursuing SAA for not paying a settlement amount owed to it.

The losses of the operator of low-cost carrier and British Airways (BA) in SA was largely attributed to state-owned carrier SAA’s failure to make a payment related to a settlement in an anticompetitive behaviour case.

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