Airports Company South Africa says Skywise has failed to pay certain airport fees.
JOHANNESBURG - Skywise passengers were left stranded on Wednesday morning after the airline&39;s operations were suspended.
Airports Company South Africa says the fledgling carrier has failed to pay certain airport fees.
Acsa says the suspension will only be lifted once the company has paid its dues.
The low-cost airline opened for business in March.
It operates flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Bloemfontein.
Ha?"@HlengiweMabona: Skywise fallen...?"— Ex NewAgeTWELEB (@Iamspacebongz) December 2, 2015
Skywise failing to reach the sky...— Afrika Mkhangala (@Injemdaka) December 2, 2015
What a joke Skywise airlines recently launched itself and is already suspended. It was supposed to be a lost... https://t.co/gwR0n7ZdVL— Sheila Moodley (@SheilaMoodley) December 2, 2015
Skywise so much potential , such a shame they couldn&39;t get it together. will they survive this crisis— Val van der Vyver (@arriemorrie) December 2, 2015
Skywise I am flying with during December don&39;t drop us we loved the times on your previous flights! Keep those wings in the sky!— Mejan du Plooy (@ElyciaduPlooy) December 2, 2015
Skywise issuing customers with hand written tickets. I ain&39;t trust that airline— Miss Zinhle (@zinhle_says) December 2, 2015
Skywise by name, not by nature...— Jonathan Meyer (@jonathangmeyer) December 2, 2015