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25 JunNDC roll-out could be hurt by COVID-19


Airlines are prioritising NDC roll-outs but they may not be in the best position to insist on what channels they will…

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25 Jun‘Tough game’ for airlines


Airlines will need to review their strategies to survive, according to aviation industry specialist, Manoj Papa. Manoj was speaking in a…

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25 JunAviation recovery plan will save R5,1bn for W Cape


Cape Town Air Access is working on an aviation recovery plan for the Western Cape, pushing for resumption of international air…

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25 JunET resumes Zim-US flights


Ethiopian Airlines has resumed repatriation flights from Harare to the United States, according to an alert on the website of the…

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25 JunNamibia explores fast-track tourism reopening


The Namibian government, in collaboration with the tourism and hospitality sector, will conduct a targeted international tourism revival initiative between July…

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25 JunEast Africa – to open or not to open?


East Africa seems to be slowly opening up its borders and restarting its tourism sector with major tourist destinations, including Tanzania…

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25 Jun#SouthAfricaisTravelReady: Certainty urgently needed on tourism reopening


Should there be no clarity from government – within a maximum of three weeks (21 days) – on when South Africa’s…

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25 JunIATA Proposes Alternatives to Quarantine


Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments to avoid quarantine measures when re-opening their economies. IATA is promoting a layered…

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24 JunCall for safe reopening of air services in Africa


The International Air Transport Association (IATA), Airports Council International- Africa (ACI Africa) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regional Offices…

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24 JunSA loses R68bn in tourism spend


South Africa has lost more than R68 billion in tourism revenue since the national lockdown began at the end of March,…

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