JOHANNESBURG - SA Express will take a pragmatic approach to getting the airline fully operational and hopes to break even by the end of the financial year.
The airline will resume its Cape Town to Bloemfontein and Cape Town to Walvis Bay flights.
The routes were put on hold after its aircraft were grounded last year.
SA Express has seen several executives suspended over graft allegations, and also received a R1,2-billion government bailout in October, after battling liquidity issues.
Ten of the airline's 17 aircrafts are flying again.
The airline's spokesperson says the reintroduction of the routes are an indication the company is making progress in its turnaround.