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IATA

13 JanIATA: Healthy November Traffic Demand


he International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for November showing continued strong traffic growth above the 10-year…

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WTM AFRICA

11 JanAre you attending WTM Africa 2016?


WTM® Africa is Africa’s leading B2B exhibition for both inbound and outbound travel and tourism markets, presenting a diverse range of…

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05 JanUpdated South Africa Passenger Safety Charges for 2016


Please see below the recently issued Government Gazette about the Passenger Safety Charge increase from R18,72 in 2015 to R20,23 in 2016….

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Home Affairs

17 DecHome Affairs Briefing: Immigration Regulations


The Department of Home Affairs convened an external stakeholder event on 10 December to outline planned implementation measures of the suggested…

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Home Affairs

14 DecSouth Africa – visa exempt nations


The citizen who is a holder of a national passport (diplomatic, official and ordinary) of the foreign countries / territories /…

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14 DecAviation CO2 emissions to be dealt with next year at ICAO


At the conclusion of the COP21 Climate Talks in Paris, the aviation sector, represented by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG)…

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IATA

10 DecAirlines Continue to Improve Profitability 5.1% Net Profit Margin for 2016


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced its airline industry outlook for 2016 which sees an average net profit margin of…

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SITA

04 DecSITA extends common-use technology to nine South African airports


The Airports Company South Africa and Aviation Co-ordination Services (ACS) have renewed SITA, the global air transport IT company, as the…

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Home Affairs

27 NovHome Affairs’ Gigaba on implementation of cabinet concessions on immigration regs


We have taken note of recent statements concerning actions taken regarding concessions that Cabinet had made to ease the implementation of…

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IATA

27 NovIATA Air Passenger Forecast Shows Dip in Long-Term Demand


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released its updated passenger growth forecast, projecting that passenger numbers are expected to reach 7…

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