Skywise execs seek to transform the domestic airline market

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP May 6, 2015 11:03

Skywise execs seek to transform the domestic airline market

Skywise Airline, the newest airline in South Africa, is calling for talks between the airline industry and the Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, to discuss opening up of the domestic airline sector. Skywise founders, J. Malik and Tabassum Qadir, are seeking to find ways to complement South African government efforts in the industry.

“Skywise wants full support achievable through close relations with the tourism department. It believes that regular interface with the institution ensures effective growth for the entire industry as this guarantees idea sharing and instant feedback,” read a statement.

“These include the creation of employment, growth of the economy, increased government revenue, value addition to the sector and expansion of the airline (and travel) industry in general.

“Increased, tangible government support can further boost the outlook of the South African economy.”

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