SAA puts staff on offer, CALC to purchase 200 planes and Croatia Airlines enters privatization | AeroTime

South African Airways offers crew while shrinking network

South African Airways (SAA) is offering spare pilots and cabin crew for temporary or permanent contracts with other companies. As part of its turnaround strategy, the state-owned carrier is cutting unprofitable routes and thus needs fewer staff than it currently employs.

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Croatia Airlines enters privatization process

Croatia Airlines announced it would hire a privatization consultant. The Croatian government is looking to find a strategic partner for the struggling national carrier, it said on April 26, 2018, five years after their first attempt failed.

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Chinese lessor CALC in talks for 200 aircraft order

China Aircraft Leasing (CALC), a state-backed lessor based in Hong Kong, is currently negotiating with Airbus and Boeing about acquiring 200 single-aisle and wide-body aircraft in order to meet the growing demand from Asian carriers.

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AccorHotels CEO tempers Air France buyout

Following a press release on June 3, 2018, in which French-based AccorHotels, Europe’s biggest hotel operator, acknowledged its interest in acquiring the French government’s stake in Air France, CEO Sébastien Bazin clarified the position of his company.

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