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Low-cost airline Mango has reached an agreement with its maintenance company, allowing it to resume normal operations after nearly a week of negotiations.

Mango, a subsidiary of bankrupt state-owned airline SAA, which is in business rescue, was threatened with the grounding of all its flights on Saturday, reportedly due to the non-payment by its parent company to its maintenance subsidiary SAA Technical (SAAT)...

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