• Restoring sanity to SA

    We should be driven by the thought that SA belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.

  • Clamouring for action

    2017 will see battles between politicians as well as those tired of politicking, says Daniel Silke.

  • Realistic dreaming

    Preparation and sound advice will turn entrepreneurial dreams into reality, says Ian Mann.

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Where is my luggage?

Dec 08 2016 19:38

Many airline passengers are interested in tracking their luggage throughout their journey, a survey by the International Air Transport Association has found.


Unruly passengers a serious safety issue for airline cabin crew

Dec 08 2016 16:53

Unruly passengers are a serious air safety issue, with an Iata survey showing that 40% of airlines had diverted a flight in the past 12 months due to an unruly passenger.


Flying secure but govts must step up to the plate - Iata

Dec 08 2016 16:50

Fying is safe but not accident-free and governments can and must do more to keep terrorists away from airports and aircraft, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


Global air freight demand still flying high

Dec 08 2016 13:14

Global air freight markets look set to end 2016 on a high note as demand is growing at its fastest pace in 18 months, says Iata CEO Alexandre de Juniac.


SA in top 10 for electronic airfreight friendliness

Dec 08 2016 09:42

South Africa beat the US to be ranked 9th out of the top ten on the latest eFreight Friendliness Index released by the International Air Transport Association.


PetroSA execs must pay back bonuses - MP

Dec 04 2016 14:40

The R17.3m bonuses that PetroSA executives received this year must be paid back immediately, said Gordon Mackay, Democratic Alliance spokesperson on energy.

Travel & Leisure

Lufthansa celebrates new Frankfurt/Cape Town flights

Dec 02 2016 19:15

Lufthansa celebrates its new direct year-round flight between Frankfurt and Cape Town and explains why it has made such a strategic move.


Prasa acting CEO: ‘I have no reason to doubt the Hawks’

Dec 02 2016 06:20

Acting CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, Collins Letsoalo, is confident the Hawks will properly investigate alleged corruption at the parastatal.


Ex-SAA CEO planning to take on SAA, Mango on own turf

Dec 02 2016 09:44

Fastjet is considering expanding in SA as CEO Nico Bezuidenhout evaluates growth opportunities for the unprofitable discount airline.

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Shell to start feeling Norway heat on shelved gas project

Dec 01 2016 16:07

Norway expects Royal Dutch Shell to go forward with a shelved project to boost recovery of natural gas at the Ormen Lange field and warned it will start pushing the company for progress from next year.


Fitch revises Transnet outlook to negative

Nov 30 2016 19:42

Fitch Ratings has revised the outlook on Transnet to negative from stable and affirmed its long-term foreign-currency issuer default rating and long-term local-currency IDR at 'BBB-'.

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