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Irish-owned Safair and Airlink seek South Africa's okay to unite


Dublin's ASL Aviation Holdings is seeking approval from the South African Competition Commission to unite its Safair subsidiary with South Africa's Airlink, reports London's Air Cargo News.
The deal will see ASL take a minority shareholder within the merged Airlink group of companies and the Airlink and Safair brands will continue to operate separately, with their respective fleets, products and management teams.
There will be no job losses at either carrier, said ASL. Safair's humanitarian operations for the United Nations and International Red Cross will also continue with its fleet of civilian Hercules and B737 Combi aircraft. It also operates a low-cost passenger airline.
Airlink is primarily known for its passenger operation but does also offer cargo services to more than 37 destinations across southern Africa.

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