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WIL: WILDERNESS HOLDINGS LIMITED - Minutes of the Annual General Meeting

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WIL: WILDERNESS HOLDINGS LIMITED - Trading Statement for Half Year Ended 31 August 2017

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TRADING STATEMENT FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2017

In terms of the Listing Requirements of the Botswana Stock Exchange, the Board of Directors of Wilderness Holdings Limited (“the Company”) hereby announces that the Company’s results for the half year ended 31 August 2017 are likely to be materially higher than those achieved in the corresponding period in the prior year.
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Connecting you to the wilderness” is the value proposition of Wilderness Air.

In operation since 1991, and with an impeccable safety record, Wilderness Air offers scheduled transfers between Wilderness camps and also a private charter service using a varied fleet of light aircraft. These aircraft are perfectly suited to operating in bush conditions and include the Cessna 206, the Cessna 210 and the Cessna 208B (Grand Caravan), chosen for their ability to transport visitors to remote wilderness destinations with short, dirt-surfaced landing strips.

All these aircraft types differ in their characteristics and are uniquely suited to different types of journey, varying group sizes, and clients with different personal needs. The majority of the fleet operates on a scheduled route basis; however Wilderness Air can also provide charter flights for tailor-made journeys.

Wilderness Air is based in Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and the Congo and operates some 40 aircraft.

The service offered by Wilderness Air is more than a simple connection however; rather the aerial transfers between camps allow a totally different impression and appreciation of the country below. From the densely-matted papyrus flanked waterways of the Okavango Delta and their secretive sitatunga inhabitants, to the bizarre, unexplained fairy circles of the Namib Desert and the dambos and floodplains of Zambia, all yield a new perspective when viewed from above.