Are you creative enough to come up with a winning name for an aviation company? If yes, you are invited to name South Africa’s new airline. As Gidon Novick – the founder of low-cost Kuala.com is planning to launch a new airline, he has welcomed people to suggest a good name for his carrier and get a year of free flights. South Africa’s new airline, which was inspired by UBER is associated with Novick and the renowned South African Airbus A320 owned by Global Aviation. The very first flight of the new airline is expected to be scheduled in December to be operated on the 12th busiest route in the world, between Johannesburg and Cape Town. Though Cape Town already has one of the best cable cars in the world, it will be added to the most scenic flights in the world.
It Will Be The First Flight Between JNB and CPT
When it is about naming the airline, Nowick wants people to introduce him with the creative names that are 100% unique & cool. Ideally, it must be creative and catchy, easy to get, utter, and memorize.
Winning entries will be posted on the official website that is brand new airline.co.za and the winners will be announced soon within the first week of November. The person who will come up with the best name for the airline will receive one year of free flights under the terms & conditions mentioned below.
- One year free flights on “New Airline” including 12 return flights for couple (Winner and one other person)
- Maximum Cost of $2,000 for winner per flight.
- Benefits must be availed within one-year of Winning.
In his conversation to South Africa’s leading business website “BusinessTech”, Novick said, “The pandemic has created a unique opportunity to start an airline that is not only dramatically more efficient but also inventive and creative by tapping into the unique talent that our country offers.”
The airline’s team consists of professional industry veterans with industry know-how and creative & innovative thinkers from the hospitality and tech sector.
“Similar to the way Uber has transformed the point-to-point mobility, there is a huge opportunity for the airline industry to rethink its relationship with passengers and be more’ customer-obsessed.“This can be achieved by bringing together industry experts, technology, and a fresh perspective and strategic approaches from other sectors”, says Jonathan Ayache, an ex-Uber Africa executive, who is also involved in the project.”
The new airline will be completely funded by private companies without carrying any debt. Novick says any kind of debt can do huge damage to a business, mainly to the one involved in the tourism & hospitality sector.
“With the market uncertainty, a flexible model which can adjust to market demand is critical,” he added, “Technology has the ability to facilitate a seamless, efficient, and engaging relationship with our future customers.”
You can visit the website mentioned above and suggest the names you think would suit the airline better and get a chance to travel between Johannesburg and Cape Town absolutely free for a year.