1Time, the South African budget airline, has announced the resignation of CEO Rodney James. Michael Kaminski, the airline’s executive director, has also stepped down from his position.
“Mr. Kaminski will be serving his notice period up until the end of May, during which time the board will undertake the process to find a suitable replacement for him,” read the statement from 1Time.
With the search for a new CEO may come other changes for the struggling budget airline. 1Time has revealed they are considering cutting services between Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town that are not profitable, but are also looking at new destinations.