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Comair Flight Services completes renovations at its hangar at Lanseria

Posted 26 July 2017 · Add Comment

South Africa's Comair Flight Services (CFS) has completed renovations on its south side hangar at Lanseria International airport in Johannesburg and has welcomed seven additional charter aircraft to its fleet since May of this year, reports EBAN.

These additions include a Challenger 300, a King Air C90, a Beechcraft 1900D, three PC-12s and a Cessna Caravan.

CEO Justin Reeves said: "Our market is considerably smaller than the US and Europe, where it is possible to focus solely on VLJ air taxis or large jets; in South Africa we need to be a one-stop-shop and offer a larger selection of products to a smaller market."

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