SAA says it is coping with passenger backlog
By Kim Saulse
23 April 2010
South African Airways says it is dealing with the backlog of passengers efficiently.
Thousands of frustrated globetrotters have been left stranded at airports after the eruption of the Icelandic volcano left an ash cloud hanging over most of Europe.
SAA's Fani Zulu has reportedly said stranded passengers in the United Kingdom and Germany have now all been cleared.
SAA must now tackle the backlog of passengers travelling to Europe and the UK.
Zulu is quoted as saying preference will be given to certain passengers.