South Africa’s Mango maintains average passenger loads of 80%

By bne IntelliNews September 15, 2010
CE Nico Bezuidenhout said Mango had carried more than 5mn SouthAfricans paying affordable fares. He attributed much of the successes to itsinnovative marketing through counters at Shoprite and Checkers retailsupermarkets, which had increased its passenger load factor by 2% pointsoverall in the year to March. Mango had lifted its pre-tax profit by 26% to ZAR18.3mn.

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