Air Botswana (BP, Gaborone) has put its fleet renewal plans on hold the airline Commercial Director, Hugh Fraser, has disclosed.
Speaking to the Botswana Guardian newspaper, Fraser said the process would only be resumed once the recently initiated privatization process had been completed.
The government-owned carrier currently operates a fleet of three ATR42-500s and one ATR72-500 averaging nearly eighteen years of age. Two ARJ-85s and two BAe 146-100s have been decommissioned and are ...
The Botswana government has begun the process of privatizing loss-making national carrier Air Botswana (BP, Gaborone).
In its call for Expressions Of Interest (EOI) issued last week, the Ministry of Transport & Communications (MTC) said it was looking for suitable entities, companies, consortiums, or service providers capable of offering efficient and reliable air services to the needs of Botswana's business and tourism sectors through Air Botswana.
Airline chief executive Ed Berry said in a statement to ch-aviation that clearances with the South African authorities for Johannesburg O.R. Tambo flights are currently in the pipeline. A tentative early-February launch date is currently on the cards, he said.
Though fully certified, Rainbow Airlines has wet-leased a single ...