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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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10 MaySouth African Airways launches direct service to Guangzhou, China


Introduction of Guangzhou, first new route since SAA implements turnaround strategy JOHANNESBURG. 05 May 2019 – South African Airways (SAA), one…

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08 MayKLM launches Wroclaw service


7 May 2019 – KLM has launched its first flight from Amsterdam Schiphol to Wroclaw, the airline’s fourth destination in Poland….

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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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05 AprBARSA Aviation Summit 2019 Summary Report


Dear BARSA Stakeholder, On behalf of the Executive Board of the Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa (BARSA), I would...Read More

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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13 FebICAO – Uniting Aviation


ICAO have released the latest instalment of their newsletter, Uniting Aviation. In this edition of the newsletter, they shed light on...Read More

08 FebQantas transforms distribution model to deliver modernised content for travel agents


Sydney, 7 February 2019 Qantas is evolving its distribution model by modernising the way agents book fares and deliver customers personalised…

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15 NovAirlines Financial Monitor – September-October 2018


Key points: The initial airline financial releases for Q3 2018 indicate that the squeeze on profit margins from higher input costs…

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31 OctOpen-skies could boost tourism and trade


There are very few industries that have tentacles that extend into many parts of the economy.

Aviation is one such industry. There is virtually no large-scale business in the world that does not make use of aviation, whether to transport its employees to bustling commercial destinations or airlift cargo to far away markets.

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