Local air travellers continue to enjoy South African Airways flights, a month after reports that the airline was planning to abandon the Malawi route.
South African media reported that the Airline intends on cutting the number of flights on selected routes within their country, and in the Central African region.
Malawi was among the listed countries where the flights were to be cut as part of a restructuring process.
The move is expected to allow SAA to scale back their fleet from 50 aircrafts to only 40, of which they own only nine.
However, three weeks into October SAA Airliners are still plying the Malawi, Blantyre and Lilongwe routes beyond 1st October which was mentioned as the cut off point.
And their online booking sites and flight schedules are also indicating continued operations throughout the month until December.
SAA is currently in debt which is threatening a possible liquidation if the South African Government fails to bail it out.