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30 MayNew tourism minister announced for South Africa


Released: 29 May 2019 Mmamoloko ‘Nkhensani’ Kubayi-Ngubane has been announced as South Africa’s Minister of Tourism. Previously Minister of Science and…

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30 MaySolid Passenger Demand Growth in April


Released 29 May 2019 Seoul – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for April 2019 showing that…

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23 MayKenya Airways resumes Malindi operations


Kenya Airways’ low-cost subsidiary, JamboJet, will resume services to Malindi, Kenya, from June 10. The flight will be served four times…

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22 MayDelta pilots free inflight WiFi


Delta is providing free inflight WiFi to customers on 55 domestic flights daily as part of a two-week pilot. The trial…

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21 MayAir France to cut short-haul capacity


Air France plans to reduce capacity on its short-haul routes. No specific routes were named as part of the reduction but…

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20 MayBoeing completes 737 MAX update


Boeing has completed development of the updated software for the B737 MAX, the company has said in a statement. The update…

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14 MayClimate action in aviation an inspiring challenge


Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) today told the Global Sustainable Aviation Forum that recent United Nations reports on climate coupled with increased awareness by members of the public highlighted the fact that the time for action is now.

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13 MayIATA Commercial Fuel


Monthly – Issued on 08 May 2019 Global Meeting with SIR ABJ Price Transparency | 14-Apr-2019 | MESIAS Gerardo (mesiasg@iata.org) Please…

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08 AprIATA Air Passenger Market Analysis – February 2019


Released 9 April 2019 Key points from our report on air passenger markets in June: RPK growth slows in February but load…

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11 MarBARSA Aviation Summit nominated for WTM Responsible Tourism Awards Africa


The 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards (#ARTA19) has moved into the second round in which 36 tourism organisations will compete for…

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