The easing of the lockdown regulations to allow for limited air travel will do little to save struggling airlines, which are a key driver contributing about R180bn to SA’s economy, an industry association warned on Monday.

“Obviously airlines would like to fly without restrictions as soon as possible. That will be viable and provide them with a greater chance of recovery,” Chris Zweigenthal, CEO of the Airlines Association of Southern Africa, told Business Day on Monday...

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