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Velvet Sky Airline

Velvet Sky was a South African low-cost carrier which was flying to Durban, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.

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22 Jun 2012

ABN Digital discuss the Velvet Sky Liquidation with Allan Moore:

21 Jun 2012

Judge Philip Nkosi orders the final liquidation of Velvet Sky, dismissing an attempt for another adjournment.

11 May 2012

Judge Shyam Gyanda places Velvet Sky airline under provisional liquidiation (in the Pietermaritzburg High Court)

23 Mar 2012

Employees of Velvet Sky, take their grievances to the Labour Court: "We have been lied to about payment for our salaries and we are going to file for liquidation of Velvet Key Airlines at the Labour Court as a means to get our (monies) out of them. We will not have to pay the attorney up front, but in the event of us winning the case, the attorney will take 10% of the payment. If they are liquidated, we will be the first ones to get paid before any other supplier." according to an internal memo The New Age has seen.

22 Mar 2012

The Civil Aviation Authority of South Africa temporarily suspends Velvet Sky airline's operating certificate.

16 Mar 2012

According to reports by the SABC, Velvet Sky have started laying off staff.

6 Mar 2012

BP's liquidation application is due to be heard before the Pietermaritzburg High Court, but Umzamo Transport Services, which is owed some R4m by Velvet Sky, launches an application to draw up a business rescue plan to save Velvet Sky. BP & Velvet Sky agree that the liquidation application be adjourned indefinitely, and Judge Kobus Booysens gives Umzamo Transport Services until 10 April 2012 to file supplementary papers in support of its application (if supplementary papers are not filed by 10 April 2012 BP will relaunch its liquidation application).

29 Feb 2012

Satirical site, Hayibo, claims that the "Sky" in "Velvet Sky" is misleading advertising: “In hindsight it created unsustainable expectations that our aeroplanes might leave land.”

27 Feb 2012

Velvet Sky airline suspends its flights from the 28th February until the 4th of March 2012. "The board is confident that the long-term outlook for Velvet Sky remains positive and that current developments will significantly improve Velvet Sky’s position. The suspension of flights will allow the company time to reconstitute its board and balance sheet and realign its short-term strategy. It will also allow the company time to properly resolve disputes with certain suppliers and service providers." said Excalibur Aerospace chairman, Stephen Nthite.

24 Feb 2012

BP applies to the High Court for the provisional liquidation of Velvet Sky, which allegedly owes BP R29m for avgas.

22 Feb 2012

2 Velvet Sky flights (JNB-CPT & JNB-DUR) were delayed as a result of not having paid South African Airways Technical and other service providers including Shell service fees. On the 23rd Feb 2012 further flights were delayed when SAA Technical wouldn't conduct maintenance until it was paid.

Feb 2012

Velvet Sky purchases 2 DC9 aircraft, one of which previously belonged to Tokyo Sexwale's family. The 2 aircraft cost R4.6m. Velvet will be using the aircraft in its new luxury VIP charter division. “It is a logical expansion of what we are currently doing. Since inception, we’ve established a footprint of operational capability, and this opportunity came our way. The aircraft were a good price, and we have had a significant number of inquiries about this kind of operation in the last few months. There is a lot of demand for VIP charter type operations into Africa”. said the Chief Operating Officer of Velvet Sky, Gary Webb.

Jan 2012

Stephen Nthite, Velvet Chairman, said that: "We have cancelled flights to Polokwane and intend to cancel our agreement with GAAL. Velvet requested GAAL on numerous occasions to clarify with the taxpaying public and our competitors how we got the concessions and explain the process followed so that these accusations of wrong doing can stop. Nothing was done by GAAL. We felt the route, the least profitable and sometimes loss making, was not worth the damage to our brand."

8 Nov 2011

Velvet Sky commences Port Elizabeth to Durban and Cape Town to Port Elizabeth flights.

7 Nov 2011

Velvet Sky commences Cape Town to Durban flights.

4 Nov 2011

Velvet Sky commences Durban to Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth to Cape Town and Durban to Cape Town flights.

30 Sep 2011

Velvet Sky begins flights between Johannesburg and Polokwane on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Sep 2011

Velvet Sky takes delivery of an additional 2 Boeing 737-300 aircraft, previously operated by Shenzhen Airlines in China, and were flown to South Africa via Sri-Lanka and the Seychelles. Before flying they are scheduled for a re-registration procedure, which involves extensive checks in conjunction with the SA Civil Aviation Authority and SAA Technical. There will also be an overhaul of the interior as well as a visit to the spray shop in order to convert them to the Velvet Sky livery. The procedure should be completed within a 5 week period. They will be offered in a 144 seat capacity configuration that will augment and increase the regularity of existing routes.

Aug 2011

Velvet Sky increases its frequency to 3 daily flights on the JNB-CPT flight route and the JNB-DUR flight route, as it takes delivery of 2 leased 737-300 planes. A DC9 is also being leased from Global Aviation from August 5.  "We want to focus on the SADC region. Studies show these are lucrative routes. Our initial routes will include Nairobi, Luanda, and Harare ." said Chairman Stephen Nthite

4 Jul 2011

Velvet Sky tickets can now be purchased at all Shoprite Money Market Counters and Computicket flights outlets.

Jul 2011

Macdonald Holdings, the majority owner of Velvet Sky airline, sells its stake to Excalibur Aerospace, with its Chairman, Cecil Reddy, saying: "Macdonald Holdings has identified international opportunities which it wishes to pursue in the short to medium-term. We place great emphasis on skills development and training; and we must deploy our hard-won expertise efficiently in order to grow our primary interests globally. We are selling our stake in Velvet Sky to Excalibur Aerospace who will no doubt continue to grow the business through their service-oriented approach, expansion plans into Africa and commitment to providing affordable air travel to South African commuters...It took us 2½ years to set up, it gave us trouble in the first few weeks but after we’ve nurtured it, it’ll be ready to play in the big league."

Excalibur Aerospace plans to add 3 planes to the Velvet Sky fleet in the next year. The Chairman of Excalibur Aerospace, Stephen Nthite (a lawyer by training), said: "We have key partners in the aviation industry that we plan to leverage off as we implement our aggressive expansion model. We are very excited about acquiring Velvet Sky as it fits in well with our plans to enter the aviation industry in the SADC region. Excalibur aims to expand the Velvet Sky fleet by three additional aircraft, to be introduced over the next 12 months. The first of which will be in service by mid-August. Due to certain confidentiality clauses in the sale agreement, we are not at liberty to discuss the sale amount. The operational management of Velvet Sky will remain unchanged; Velvet Sky's CEO Dhevan Pillay (26% shareholder) will retain his current position alongside current COO Gary Webb."

When asked about the recently announced entry of the Santaco airline, Nthite said: "The projected market focus of the Airquarius brand differs from Velvet Sky's in that we plan to expand into Africa, while their routes seem to be largely regional".

Excalibur Aerospace (Pty) Ltd, an aviation industry service provider, is owned by Excalibur Private Equity, and will be better positioned to add value to Velvet Sky than Macdonald Holdings, a steel and engineering group. Excalibur Private Equity has its head office in Houghton, Johannesburg.

Jul 2011

Velvet Sky originally planned on introducing Cape Town - Durban flights in July.

26 Mar 2011

Velvet Sky statement: "A huge thunderstorm grounded all airlines for 2 hours, compounded by a technical fault that we fixed in an hour. Cabin and flight crew are only allowed to operate for a certain number of hours and these clocks had run out by the time we were ready to fly. Safety first, so we called our standby-crew and then priority boarded families, women and children on the first flight out, turned the plane around and came back for the rest of our passengers. All Durban passengers were offered meal and accommodation vouchers. Sourcing alternate flights, or even planes, was a waste of time as universities have closed and all airlines were fully booked. We learn from these events to be better prepared for the future but there are some things that are simply out of our control. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience caused and thanks for sticking with us."

24 Mar 2011

Velvet Sky released this message " ‎1 million hits on our website, and over 60 planes fully booked already has meant that our website and our call centers may have been slow and you may have struggled to get in touch with us respectively. For this we do apologise.  In response we have nearly doubled our call center capabilities and have been assured by our technical team that our web servers are fit and ready for a million more hits."

24 Mar 2011

The inaugural Johannesburg to Cape Town flight is at 10h15 on the 24th March 2011.

22 Mar 2011

Velvet Sky airline's inaugural flight, landing in DurbanVelvet Sky's first flight VZ001 left Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport, landing in Durban King Shaka International Airport at about 11h25am, with water cannons forming a ceremonial “water curtain” as the Boeing 737-300 aircraft taxied towards its terminal. There were 50 guests on board, including underprivileged students from the Ikusasa School of Cooking and Cecil Reddy (Velvet Sky chairman). At King Shaka Airport they were metinter alia by Fawzia Peer (an eThekwini councillor), Dhevan Pillay (Velvet Sky CEO), and media representatives. "Watching the plane in the Velvet Sky colours land was surreal. It was a dream come true and represents the culmination of more than three years of hard work," said Pillay. “It is historic and exciting to have the first Durban-based domestic airline and operating out of King Shaka Airport. It is clearly evident that our new airport has become a major catalyst for economic growth in KZN,” said Terence Delomoney (King Shaka Airport general manager). Here's a photo the pilots on Velvet Sky's inaugural flights - Captain Mwamba Chipaila and First Officer Hannes Van Rensburg.

Pilots from Velvet Sky's inaugural flight

The inaugural commercial flight of Velvet Sky was at 17h55 from Durban to johannesburg on the 22nd March 2011

17 Mar 2011

First Car Rental announces that it has partnered up with Velvet Sky.

Says Melissa Storey, Executive Head: Strategy, Development & Marketing, “This is an exciting partnership for First Car Rental. We take our strategic alliances very seriously and adopt an approach that selects the best partners to grow with. We firmly believe in mutually beneficial relationships, focussing on each partner’s strengths, leveraging each opportunity that presents itself, and this will be the case with Velvet Sky who shares similar beliefs.

This segment will assist us in combating seasonality, enabling us to manage and balance our fleet with less risk of high volume last minute up-fleeting or de-fleeting to try and match demand. Car rental is a cyclical business, and the purchasing as well as the planning thereof, is crucial to make this contribution model work.

A low cost airline like Velvet Sky presents us with an opportunity to become the preferred car rental company of their daily direct consumer and corporate SME base, and inevitably, a stable, less seasonal domestic base. They present us with the ability to reach a captive, and more importantly, a targeted audience.

We, on the other hand, can provide Velvet Sky with an existing customer base, all our valued customers, the majority of them having to fly to a local destination before they collect a car from us. We will do all in our power to expose the Velvet Sky product to them, and ensure that we enable loyal First customers to become loyal Velvet Sky customers. We have agreed to make all our channels available to our new exclusive airline partner so that Velvet Sky ha an automatic catapult into the market. We will create brand awareness for our new partner and support them with everything available to us, which includes actual flight bookings from our website and corporate booking tools. On a lighter note, First Car Rental and Velvet Sky share similarities in their logo palette they are both predominately purple and this will make the creative process of dual branding campaigns easy on the eye and a pleasure to create this is an advantage, but just the start of great things to come.

17 Mar 2011

Velvet Sky's Captain Mwamba Chipaila, who will captain the airline's first flightAt a press conference and launch in Durban  Velvet Sky's Chairman, Cecil reddy (on the right in the photo, together with Captain Mwamba Chipaila, who will captain the airline's first flight), said “Durban’s first ever airline is ready for take-off. Having spent the last two years assessing the trends and demands of the airline industry, we are extremely eager to enter this market and believe that now is, without doubt, the perfect time to do so. Velvet Sky will offer passengers more choice when making their travel arrangements through realistic scheduling, competitive pricing and adding capacity to the busier routes. Our approach to launching Velvet Sky has been particularly cautious, as our aim is to guarantee an operation that will ultimately delight the South African travelling public. The increased volume of air passengers has led us to believe that the market is ready for a new entrant to bring us back to the hallmarks of air carriage. Punctuality, safety and service. We intend operating three Boeing 737 aircraft when we are at full strength. But as a new company we are adopting a prudent approach for now, and we will be phasing in our other two planes. We will, however, have other aircraft on standby to meet any service gaps,”


In a press release Velvet Sky said: “Our corporate philosophy mandates cost saving through all levels of our operation. It was this mandate that dictated Durban, with its lowered operating costs away from the bustle of our competition, as the administrative hub of the business. Our research indicates that there is an increase in air commuting while people are starting to take more frequent but shorter holidays. These and other market related factors combine to create demand for another carrier."

Flight reviews

30 Apr 2011. It's amusing that our porter didn't know where the check-in counter for Velvet Sky in Johannesburg was.

24 Apr 2011. Other than a check-in delay, things went smoothly in our first review of a Velvet Sky Cape Town - Johannesburg flight.

Velvet Sky airlines plane

Flight schedule

Joburg to Durban

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

06H20

07H30

VZ0401

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

09H10

10H20

VZ0405

 

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11H55

13H10

VZ0421

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16H30

17H40

VZ0423

from 5 Nov

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18H25

19H40

VZ0415

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20H40

21H50

VZ0417

from 4 Nov

Durban to Joburg

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

05H55

07H10

VZ0402

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

08H15

09H20

VZ0404

 

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11H00

12H05

VZ0408

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H50

14H55

VZ0422

 

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18H20

19H30

VZ0424

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20H15

21H25

VZ0412

 

Joburg to Cape Town

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

05H55

08H05

VZ0300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

07H10

09H15

VZ0302

from 2 Dec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

07H55

10H10

VZ0304

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10H10

12H25

VZ0360

from 5 Nov

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10H20

12H20

VZ0310

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12H50

15H00

VZ0314

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12H50

15H00

VZ0312

from 9 Dec

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15H50

18H00

VZ0316

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16H40

18H55

VZ0320

from 2 Dec

Cape Town to Joburg

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

08H45

11H00

VZ0303

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

09H50

12H00

VZ0303

from 2 Dec

 

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H20

15H35

VZ0307

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H10

15H15

VZ0361

from 5 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15H35

17H40

VZ0313

from 9 Dec

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15H45

18H00

VZ0311

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17H40

19H55

VZ0319

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18H40

20H45

VZ0317

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19H40

21H50

VZ0321

from 2 Dec

Joburg to Polokwane

Velvet sky suspended Joburg to Polokwane flights in January 2012

Cape town to PE

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11H00

12H20

VZ0612

from 4 Nov

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12H50

14H10

VZ0622

from 2 Dec

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17H30

18H50

VZ0628

from 6 Nov

PE to Cape Town

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10H50

12H10

VZ0621

from 6 Dec

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15H25

16H45

VZ0627

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15H40

16H55

VZ0613

from 4 Nov

Durban to PE

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

09H00

10H20

VZ0621

from 2 Nov

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H35

14H55

VZ0627

from 6 Dec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H50

15H10

VZ0613

from 4 Nov

PE to Durban

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12H50

14H05

VZ0612

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14H40

16H00

VZ0622

from 2 Dec

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19H20

20H35

VZ0628

from 6 Nov

Cape Town to Durban

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
Route
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11H00

13H10

VZ0610

 

from 4 Nov

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11H00

14H05

VZ0612

Via PE

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H50

16H55

VZ0622

Via PE

from 2 Dec

Evening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14H45

16H55

VZ0628

Via PE

from 6 Nov

Durban to Cape Town

 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Departure
Arrival
Flight no.
Route
 

Morning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

09H00

12H10

VZ0621

Via PE

from 2 Dec

Afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H35

16H45

VZ0627

Via PE

from 6 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13H50

16H55

VZ0613

Via PE

from 4 Nov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14H45

16H55

VZ0611

 

from 4 Nov

Contact details

Flight Reservations
0861-VELVET (835838)
Website: Velvet Sky
Enquiries: enquiries@flyvelvetsky.com
Bookings: bookings@FlyVelvetSky.com

Velvet Sky flight specials

 

Cape Town to Durban

Cape Town to Port Elizabeth

Durban to Port Elizabeth

Johannesburg to Durban

Johannesburg to Cape town

No flight specials due to the suspension of their flights

Unaccompanied minors

Velvet Sky only allows minors who are 12 years or older to fly on their own. Younger children need to be accompanied by a guardian.

Head office

Their head office is near Durban:

3rd Floor Standard Bank Building
1 Millennium Boulevard
Umhlanga Ridge
South Africa 

The office phone is 031 582 8700

Postal adress

P.O.Box 574
Umhlanga Rocks
4320
South Africa

Directors

Velvet Sky's directors are Ahmed Amod (a lawyer & legal representative for Aurora Empowerment Systems - Aurora's chairman is Jacob Zuma's nephew, Khulubuse Zuma), Stephen Nthite & Dhevan Pillay.

Planes

The airline was flying Boeing 737-300s, with the first one being leased from then Safair parent Aergo (registration ZS-SPU, serial 24059, a former Safair Boeing 737-300, configured for 148 all economy seats), a Dublin-based a private leasing companythat opened an office in Johannesburg in February 2011. Velvet Sky airlines has plans to fly two more planes of the same type. They were originally reported to be obtaining Boeing 737-800s.

The airline's fleet will be maintained by SAA Technical.

Financial backers

In the rumour stages of development it was reported that the financial backers of the project decided not to divulge their names, for fear of reputational risk should the project not proceed. Now we know that a KwaZulu-Natal steel and engineering company company by the name of Macdonald Holdings is the majority owner of Velvet Sky. Macdonald Holdings in turn is (majority) owned by Cecil Reddy, who is also Chairman of Velvet Sky. The CEO of Velvet Sky is Devin Pillay, who is also a shareholder of Velvet Sky.

Velvet Sky claims to be South Africa's first 100% Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) airline company.

Executive team

Dhevan Pillay (CEO), Gary Webb (COO), Captain Paul Green (Director of flight operations), Kiran Reddy(marketing executive), Captain Marc Eriksen (Chief Pilot), Captain Neil Brough (Chief Training Captain) & Thertia Allegaert (Manager Cabin Services).
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Air Service Licence

It is reported that the Class 1 Air Service licence was issued in August 2009 (here's Velvet Sky's application).

NOTICE 186 OF 2009
AIR SERVICE LICENSING ACT, 1990 (ACT NO.lIS OF 1990)

APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OR AMENDMENT OF DOMESTIC AIR

SERVICE LICENCE

Pursuant to the provisions of section 15 (1 ) (b) of Act No. 115 of 1990 and Regulation 8 of the Domestic Air

Regulations, 1991, it is hereby notified for general infonnation that the appl ication detail of which appear in theappendix, will be considered by the Air Service Licensing Council.

Representation in accordance with section 15 (3)of the Act No.1 15 of I 990in support of, or in position, an application, should reach the Air Service Licensing Council. Private Box X 193, Pretoria, 0001, within 21 days ofdate of the publication thereof.

APPENDIX I
(A) Full name and trade name of the applicant. (8) Full business or residential address of the applicant. (C) Class of
licence applied for. (D) Type of air service to which application applies. (E) Category of aircraft to which application
applies.
(A) Velvet Sky Aviation (Pty) Ltd; Velvet Sky Aviation (Pty) Ltd. (8) 17 Montgomery Cresent, Northdene, Durban,
4092. (C) Class I. (D) Type S 1 and S2. (E) Category AI.
APPENDIX II
(A) Full Name and trade name of the applicant. (B) Full business or residential address the applicant. (C) The Class and
number of license in respect of which the amendment is sought (D) Type of air service and the amendment thereto
which is being applied for (E) Category of aircraft and the amendment thereto which is being applied for. (F)
Amendment reffered to in section 14(2) (b) to (e).
(A) Skyclass Aviation (Pty) Ltd. (B) Building 1, Rand Airport, Gemliston, Gauteng, Republic of South Africa, 1401.
(C) Class II; N9I8D. (D) Type N1 and N2. (£) Category Al and A2. Adding category A3

Velvet Sky plane

Baggage limits

Velvet Sky airlines allow passengers to take 23kg with them and are charged per kilogram thereafter (check website for latest details).

History

19 Mar 2011

The first Boeing conducts a test flight for the Captain and Cabin Crew, and is accepted from Aergo by Velvet Sky. 

18 Mar 2011

Bookings are opened with a flight special at midday on the 18th March 2011. They initially didn't let on as to the details of the special, so that competitors couldn't undercut them, but at opening there were Johannesburg - Durban flights for R201 and Johannesburg - Cape Town flights for R401.

17 Mar 2011

Velvet Sky's first press conference at Durban Country Club.

2 Feb 2009

FlyVelvetSky.com is registered.

Dec 2008

Velvet Sky Aviation is registered as a company.

We first noticed Velvet Sky when we them advertising positions on the website, most of which were in Durban (the last time we heard of a new airline based in Durban was Airtime Airlines, an idea which didn't last long, happily Velvet Sky have got far further than they ever did).

In addition to the Airline's website at www.velvetsky.co.za, following urls have also been purchased: flyvelvetsky.co.za and flyvelvetsky.com. FlyVelvetSky.com was registered on 2 Feb 2009, indicating the idea had been perculating for a while. The South African websites were registered by iSPACE (PTY) LTD.

Velvet Sky website

Early stages of Velvet Sky's existence were when an Airline Staff website was "being managed on behalf of a new airline which will start operating in early 2011. We invite expressions of interest from dynamic, suitably qualified, airline staff who would like to join the new carrier. In particular the following positions are of interest:

Revenue Manager

Financial Clerks

Cabin Crew

Customer Service (Airport)

Line Pilots (B737)

Operations Staff

Accountants

Reservations Support

Management Pilots

Marketing Staff

The new airline will offer competitive salaries and an excellent work environment.

Most positions will be based in Durban. Head office is located adjacent to Gateway.

We invite you to register and upload your CV. You will be contacted if your details match our requirements. If you see a position listed that is of particular interest to you, then please apply for that position.

Preference will be given to candidates with relevant experience."

cabin crew of the first Velvet Sky flight after it landed in Durban

The other Velvet Sky

Velvet Sky airline has nothing to do with "Velvet Sky", the stage name of an American professional wrestler.


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