SAA says it’s ready to resume all its international flights from Sunday.
JOHANNESBURG - South African Airways (SAA) says it’s ready to resume all its international flights from Sunday.
It urged customers to report to OR Tambo International Airport.
The national carrier says it’s working hard to take care of its clients' needs.
“We are working with partner airlines in order re-accommodate as many passengers as possible," said SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali.
"No agreement at this stage," Tlali told AFP at the end of the day, adding that a new date would be set "to continue with negotiations".
Meanwhile, Numsa is demanding an urgent meeting with the ministers of Finance and Public Enterprises in a bid to fix problems at the airline.
The workers downed tools on Friday, demanding an eight percent salary increase.
Regional and domestic flights remain cancelled.
- Additional reporting AFP