Ethiopian Airlines, ComAir among 11 firms expressing interest in Air Malawi

From Face of Malawi Sat Dec 8 2012, 08:30:17

Malawi's Privatisation Commission says it has received expressions of interest from 11 local and foreign companies vying to take over the country's national airline, Air Malawi. The commission invited expressions of interest in September. The commission's CEO, Jimmy Lipunga, says the companies that have shown interest in taking over Air Malawi include South Africa's Comair [...]

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