JOHANNESBURG — South Africa’s troubled state-owned airline has begun
South African Airways has warned that the strike that begins Friday morning “endangers the future of the airline.”
The airline has
The strike was announced shortly after the airline said it is launching a restructuring process that could affect nearly 950 employees.
The airline says its challenges include insufficient revenue and an aging fleet.
SAA’s international destinations include New York, London, Hong Kong and Frankfurt.
The Associated Press