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Question 1: [31] The government entered into negotiations with Comair, but following disagreements over terms, negotiations continued with reserve bidder International Development Ireland, in conjunction with ________.
Aer ArannAer LingusCityJetAer Lingus Regional

Question 2: The airline also entered into block-seat arrangements with a number of international airlines, which included an agreement with ________ which provided seats on the Lusaka-Gaborone sector of the London-Lusaka-Gaborone service.
London Gatwick AirportLaker AirwaysBritish CaledonianBritish United Airways

Question 3: [36][37][38] In July 2009, Air Botswana signed a codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways, which began flights to ________ on 6 September with three flights per week.
Cape TownCairoNairobiGaborone

Question 4: [1] By the end of 1986, the route network included ________, Francistown, Johannesburg, Harare, Lusaka, Manzini, Maseru, Maun, Selebi-Phikwe and Victoria Falls.
GaboroneCape TownNairobiCairo

Question 5: A sixteen seat ________ was leased in December 1984 from Kalahari Air Service, with the latter flying and maintaining the aircraft for Air Botswana.
Fairchild Dornier 328JETFairchild Dornier 728 familyDornier Do 228Dornier 328

Question 6: [4] Also in April 1988, Air Botswana because the first airline from the Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC) to establish air links with ________.
RwandaNamibiaSouth AfricaNigeria

Question 7: The contract with Air Services Botswana for operation of the airline was not renewed, and in 1981 ________ was awarded a contract for the operation of the airline for a six year period.
BMI (airline)Virgin Atlantic AirwaysAir FranceBritish Airways

Question 8: Flight operations began on 1 August 1972 utilising the only aircraft of the company: a ________.
Fokker F27Fokker 50Fokker F28Fokker F.VII

Question 9: The aircraft were delivered at the time of Air Botswana facing increased competition from ________ which had re-entered the Johannesburg-Gaborone market.
South African AirwaysInterair South AfricaEgyptAirComair (South Africa)

Question 10: Comair withdrew in December 2003, due in part to increased competition by ________ in the South African market.
Southwest AirlinesLondonLow-cost carrierUS Airways

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