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10 JanLatam Airlines crowned most punctual airline in the world


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10 DecAir Passenger Monthly Analysis – October 2019


Released 5th December 2019 Key points from our latest report: Industry-wide revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) grew by 3.4% year-on-year in October…

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22 NovFirst Indian Ocean flight simulation centre for airline pilots to open in Reunion Island in 2021


AIR AUSTRAL Plans to open the first flight simulation centre for A220 airline pilots in the Indian Ocean, Reunion Island, have…

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21 NovEtihad Airways hosts exclusive event to celebrate new 787 Dreamliner services to Johannesburg


Johannesburg, South Africa – Etihad Airways (Etihad), the national airline of the UAE, has celebrated the deployment of the Boeing 787-9…

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05 AugMore passport holders exempt from a visa when visiting South Africa


BARSA’s lobby and the continuous efforts of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa is bearing fruit. Please note that the…

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30 JulIndustry wants answers to ‘no-fly zone’ issue


LEADERS in the aviation industry are concerned about the long-term impact the Karoo-based SKA project (Square Kilometre Array) would have on…

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30 JulIata works with Zim govt to retrieve blocked BSP funds


IATA hopes that it has made inroads towards repatriating blocked Zimbabwe BSP funding amounting to US$196 million (R2,7bn). Director general, Alexandre…

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29 JulTourism can be ‘quick win’ for SA economy


Tourism can be a quick win and a key for growth in South Africa’s current economic climate. This was the sentiment…

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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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