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30 JunIATA – Considerations on Quarantine


IATA recently released a document entitled “Considerations on Quarantine” Kindly click here to view.

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30 JunMauritius readies to welcome tourists


Mauritius is gradually reopening to tourists, with suppliers announcing the launch of services. Beachcomber will open its resorts to residents, starting…

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30 Jun‘We’re ready to welcome tourists as soon as the borders open’


As soon as the international borders open, Drifters Adventours is ready to resume its 2020 schedule, says GM, Christiaan Steyn. The…

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30 JunMore airports, more flights


Airlines are already planning to launch additional routes, following the Department of Transport’s announcement that more airports would open for domestic…

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30 JunMay Air Cargo Shows Slight Pickup Amid Continuing Capacity Crunch


Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets in May showing a slight improvement in…

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30 JunInnovation is the key to airline recovery in a Covid world


From tsunamis to ash clouds and global financial crises, the travel industry has seen its share of setbacks over the past…

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29 JunAir Mauritius – Understanding the MK crisis


The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on aviation and air travel industry globally, and particularly on insular economies. It…

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29 JunDelta returns to Cape Town after 10 year break


US carrier Delta is to restart flights to Cape Town with an extension to its route from Atlanta to Johannesburg. The…

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26 JunAirports to e-ports


Two innovations that are under development will completely digitise the emigration/immigration process for South Africans travelling in and out of the…

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26 JunSA Tourism ‘working tirelessly’ to grow inbound tourism


Last year, South Africa attracted 10.2 million international visitors*, 2.3% less than the 10.9 million visitors received in 2018. Revenue generated…

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