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Iata’s new payment method for air tickets successfully demonstrated

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     8th January 2019 The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has successfully completed the first Iata Pay ticket purchase transaction in a live test environment, the organisation announced in a statement on Tuesday. The transaction was conducted in partnership with UK-based fintech company ipagoo. 

Aerospace giants win orders and commitments for over 1 100 airliners at airshow

By: Rebecca Campbell     3rd August 2018 Global commercial aerospace giants Airbus and Boeing have each reported hundreds of orders for their airliners at this year’s Farnborough International Airshow, in the UK. Boeing announced 673 “orders and commitments” for airliners and freighters, worth (at list prices) $98.4-billion. The group... 

SAA in talks with other airlines to strengthen its business

By: Rebecca Campbell     24th July 2018 Troubled State-owned national flag carrier South African Airways (SAA) has reported that it is in talks with other airlines on renewing or creating new commercial partnerships. SAA stressed, in its statement, that these discussions were only about “commercial agreements such as interline,... 

UAE to resume flights to Tunis, ending row over ban on women

By: Reuters     5th January 2018 The United Arab Emirates said on Thursday it would resume flights to Tunisia after an exchange of security information, resolving a row over a ban on female Tunisian passengers. A statement by the foreign ministry on state news agency WAM said the decision was taken in light of extensive... 

The real conflict is between truth and lies

By: Riaan de Lange     18th August 2017 The Real Conflict is between Truth and Lies It is 21 hours since the unthinkable has happened, an event which has divided, and is expected to continue to divide, the athletics world for the foreseeable future. It will take the athletics world a considerable time to recover from the effects of the... 

Outa, pilots association want SAA chair declared a ‘delinquent director’  

By: Anine Kilian     8th March 2017 Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) and the South African Airways Pilots Association (Saapa) have filed a court application seeking to declare South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni a “delinquent director”. Outa filed the application at the North Gauteng High Court on Tuesday. 

A380 airliner restored to the Johannesburg route by Emirates

By: Keith Campbell     17th February 2017 Major international airline Emirates, based in Dubai, recently reintroduced the Airbus A380 Superjumbo on to its Dubai-Johannesburg route, to meet growing passenger demand. Previously, the airline had operated the A380 on its Johannesburg route for a few months in 2011/2012, but the market had... 

Emirates returns the A380 airliner to its Johannesburg route

By: Keith Campbell     1st February 2017 Major international airline Emirates, based in Dubai, on Wednesday reintroduced the Airbus A380 Superjumbo on to its Dubai-Johannesburg route, to meet growing passenger demand. Previously, the airline had operated the A380 on its Johannesburg route for a few months in 2011/2012, but the market... 

Emirates introduces blankets made from recycled plastic on flights 

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     19th January 2017 Dubai-based airline Emirates is introducing new sustainable blankets made from 100% recycled plastic bottles for use in economy class on all its long-haul flights. The blankets are made using ecoTHREAD patented technology, with each blanket made from 28 recycled plastic bottles. The bottles are... 

Airbus seeks appropriate technologies to improve production efficiency

By: Keith Campbell     26th June 2015 Major global aircraft manufacturer Airbus Commercial Aircraft is maintaining a steady course. "I don't have any big news, good or bad," company President and CEO Fabrice Brégier told international aviation journalists in Toulouse, France, at the company’s recent Innovation Day media briefings.... 

A380 still set to win new customers, says Airbus

By: Keith Campbell     28th May 2015 European manufacturer Airbus is confident that it will win more orders for its flagship A380 Superjumbo airliner before the end of this year. "We should have some orders for the [A]380 this year," company chief operating officer: customers John Leahy told aviation journalists in Toulouse, France,... 

Air freight helping to change and grow Africa

By: Keith Campbell     8th May 2015 Largely unnoticed, air freight has come to have a pervasive influence on the lives of people, the prosperity of enterprises and the growth of nations. “Look around any household and you will see the influence of air cargo,” International Air Transport Association (Iata) director-general and CEO... 

Air freight helping to change and grow Africa

By: Keith Campbell     8th May 2015 Largely unnoticed, air freight has come to have a pervasive influence on the lives of people, the prosperity of enterprises and the growth of nations. “Look around any household and you will see the influence of air cargo,” International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director General and CEO... 

Barloworld Transport expands business with launch of new crane division 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th March 2015 As an extension of its range of specialised transport solutions, Barloworld Transport launched Barloworld Cranes on March 11, noting that it was another step towards investing in niche products and services, Zandile Mavuso has the story.  

Lessons from Texas on how an airport can stimulate an economy

By: Keith Campbell     3rd May 2013 The fastest growing metropolitan region of the US, Dallas Fort Worth in north Texas, is hoping that the opening of a direct route between Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Airport and Dubai will stimulate trade and travel between the region and South Africa, as there is already a direct Johannesburg to... 

South African, world business growing – Emirates

By: Keith Campbell     8th March 2013 The cargo division of Dubai-based international airline Emirates, which is branded as SkyCargo, is reporting good airfreight traffic to and from South Africa. “With South Africa we have quite a nice mix of cargo,” says South Africa-based SkyCargo senior cargo sales executive Muhammad Cassim.... 

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