Our cash earnings have increased by 31%.— Erik Venter, Comair
We make R35 profit per passenger carried. Per seat it’s about R25.— Erik Venter, Comair
Comair has been operating successfully in South Africa since 1946.
It’s thought to be the only airline to have achieved operating profits for 70 consecutive years.
Comair released results on Tuesday.
This year marks the airline’s 70th anniversary, the 20th anniversary of its franchise agreement with British Airways and the 15th birthday of kulula.com.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Comair CEO Erik Venter.
Listen to the audio below for the interview.
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