Escape Airways, Skylink Airways and Joly Airlines

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Re: Escape Airways and Skylink Airways

Unread post by travelmanafrica »

Worth creating a LinkedIn account just to read his ranting =D>
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Have a look at all the solid operators in the market at present. None of them started flying yesterday. They all have a long history of operating successfully and some did not even start out as airlines. This guy would just have gone the same route as all the "overnight" startups.
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Re: Escape Airways and Skylink Airways

Unread post by EmonAzzameen »

Smells like a proper Con Artist story.

My Popcorn is ready for it....
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Re: Escape Airways, Skylink Airways and Joly Airlines

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I’ve added Joly Airlines to the original post as one of the mystery startups appearing on my LinkedIn feed. Anyone have info on Shawn Van Der Merwe and Joly Airlines?
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