CAPE TOWN - National airline carrier, South African Airways will reportedly rent out its pilots and cabin crew to foreign airlines.
SAA CEO, Vuyani Jarana is said to be evaluating measures and considering the possibility of leasing out the company’s pilots and cabin crew to airlines that are struggling with a shortage of flight staff, reports Business Tech.
SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali told AFP News that Jarana’s main objective is to safeguard SAA employees and also to bring SAA back to a positive financial performance.
Meanwhile, trade union The Solidarity is working hard at saving the embattled carrier.
Solidarity has not shelved its plans to file an application to have SAA placed under business rescue, Solidarity deputy chief operating officer Werner Human said on Tuesday.