Russia is set to significantly increase its expenditure on defence and national security according to a draft 2023 to 2025 budget.
SA Express not affected by strike against SAA
SA Express has advised its customers that although it shares some operations with South African Airways, particularly the call centre, ground handling and check-in-facilities in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, its 100 daily flights will not be affected by the strike against the national carrier.
Even though SAA provides certain services to SA Express, its operations will not be affected. SA Express has implemented contingency plans to ensure that operations run smoothly.
The regional carrier flies to Lubumbashi, Walvis Bay, Windhoek, Gaborone, and Maputo, including local destinations such as Bloemfontein, Richards Bay, East London, Kimberley, George, Port Elizabeth and Hoedspruit, which will all not be affected.
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