Cemair is one of South Africa’s fastest growing airlines and has been one of the Covid pandemic’s aviation success stories in Africa.
Established in 2005, Cemair is headquartered at OR Tambo International in Johannesburg and operates a fleet of Beechcraft 1900s, De Havilland Canada Dash8 Aircraft and CRJ variants including the -100, -200 and -900. The current growth trajectory suggests that this number is set to increase as the airline expands its domestic and regional network.
In the latest episode of the aviadev insight Africa podcast – the first and largest podcast dedicated to African aviation, we gain an understanding of how Cemair have made it this far and how the pandemic experience changed the airline’s strategy, what the fleet and network expansion plans look like and how the ongoing drive to create partnerships and interline agreements are supporting the business’ goals.
Podcast Host, Jon Howell was joined by CemAir CEO, Miles van der Molen, and CCO Paul Botes for an in-depth discussion. You can listen to the full podcast below: