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29 JulIATA coordinating with WHO on Ebola outbreak in DRC


The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) regarding an Ebola virus disease outbreak…

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29 JulReforms needed to maximise aviation benefits in South Africa


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) presented its latest study on the economic value of air transport and tourism to South…

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25 JulNew Copperbelt route welcomed


NEW direct flights between Johannesburg and Ndola are expected to bring lower fares to the market. Proflight Zambia will launch the…

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24 JulKenya Airways to be Nationalised


Published: 24 July 2019 KENYA’S parliament voted yesterday to nationalise the country’s main airline Kenya Airways to save it from mounting…

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22 JulBiometrics – a boon for travel


AIRLINES and airports worldwide are implementing biometrics to streamline the passenger experience from check-in to boarding. Biometrics in travel are used…

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21 JulIata delays NewGen ISS


The go-live of NewGen ISS in BSP South Africa has been postponed – after it was originally planned for August 1,…

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20 JulIATA: Stronger Regulation of Powerful Airports Needed to Protect Consumers


Nearly 60% of passengers in Europe pass through just 25 airports. Many airports are able to charge prices that would otherwise…

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20 JulBeware – Iata email fraud


Iata has put out a notification warning customers of a new spate of phishing e-mails in South Africa containing fake references…

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20 JulQatar Airways to launch flights to Gaborone


Qatar Airways will launch a new service to Gaborone, Botswana, via Johannesburg, starting on October 27. The three-times weekly flights on…

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20 JulMango and LH increase connections


Lufthansa and Mango Airlines have signed a new partnership, allowing for easier connections between the two airlines. Lufthansa passengers can now…

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