Air Botswana soars to prosperity

source: Mmegi

Air Botswana chief executive officer, Lance Brogden is preparing to leave office as soon as a new management company takes over the national carrier. The following are Brogden’s responses to a questionnaire framed by Mmegi’s TUMELO SETSHOGO

Question: When did you started working at the national carrier and what was the duration of you contract?

Answer: My contract was for a fixed term of three years, starting 1 October 2005 to 30 September 2008.

Q: What can you say about your achievements since you made the national carrier to be profitable?

A: The results speak for themselves. My role was just a link in the chain of many dedicated and focused employees at Air Botswana. After financial losses over the past few years, this past year profitability has become a reality, with a net profit of around 10 percent or well over P15 million for the first 10 months of this financial year. One must remember that IATA’s 240 airlines only recorded around one percent profit for [continue reading]



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