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22 NovFirst Indian Ocean flight simulation centre for airline pilots to open in Reunion Island in 2021


AIR AUSTRAL Plans to open the first flight simulation centre for A220 airline pilots in the Indian Ocean, Reunion Island, have…

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21 NovEtihad Airways hosts exclusive event to celebrate new 787 Dreamliner services to Johannesburg


Johannesburg, South Africa – Etihad Airways (Etihad), the national airline of the UAE, has celebrated the deployment of the Boeing 787-9…

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15 NovMeeting with Minister of Tourism


BARSA and its Airline Members, together with other industry role players met with the Minister of Tourism, Honourable Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane…

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15 NovUnabridged Birth Certificates


In June 2015 BARSA was the first to object to the introduction of the Unabridged Birth Certificate introduction. We wrote an…

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12 NovUBC issue – victory at last


All mention of birth certificates removed for foreign visa exempt minors in new government advisory. Children from countries requiring a visa…

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12 NovNewGen ISS deadline looms


After two delayed launches this year, Iata says it is ready to launch NewGen ISS (New Generation of Iata Settlement Systems)…

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12 NovACSA launches electric vehicle charging stations


Airports Company South Africa and BMW South Africa have partnered to launch electric vehicle charging stations at three airports. The BMW…

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31 OctSA tourism statistics remain flat


SA tourism stats flat Overseas tourist numbers to South Africa are almost identical to last year’s August numbers, according to the…

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31 OctSA looks to China and Japan to grow arrivals


As South Africa intensifies its efforts to grow arrivals from the Asia Pacific region, Minister of Tourism Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane is scheduled…

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23 OctPassenger market shows modest increase in demand


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed that global passenger traffic data for August 2019 showing that demand (measured in…

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