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Qantas, Virgin use lower oil prices

Jan 27 2015 14:00

Qantas Airways is restructuring its international tariffs to absorb fuel surcharges into base fares, adding that lower oil prices put airlines in a better position.

Travel & Leisure

SAA leads sky-commerce aircraft tracking

Jan 26 2015 16:29

South African Airways this week has become the first airline globally to install the Satellite Authorisation Systems.

Travel & Leisure

Aer Lingus considers new bid from BA-owner

Jan 26 2015 15:00

Aer Lingus is considering a revised takeover approach from International Consolidated Airlines Group after the owner of British Airways made a third bid.

Travel & Leisure

Tourism Indaba to optimise business growth

Jan 23 2015 16:15

South African Tourism is working to make sure that Indaba 2015 exceeds the business expectations of both exhibitors and buyers.

Travel & Leisure

Spain sees record 65 mn tourist visits in 2014

Jan 22 2015 17:15

Spain has received a record 65 million visits from foreign tourists in 2014, in a fresh boost for the country's recovering economy.

Travel & Leisure

Treasury approves R6.5bn loan for SAA

Jan 22 2015 11:02

The latest move takes the total guarantees granted to the South African Airways to R14.4bn, the Treasury said in a statement.

Travel & Leisure

Virgin Australia cuts airfares on oil tumble

Jan 22 2015 12:30

Virgin Australia plans to cut fuel surcharges from flights to the US and reduce airfares in response to plunging oil prices, putting pressure on rival Qantas.

Travel & Leisure

Ryanair may return to bond market

Jan 22 2015 10:45

Ryanair could return to the bond market in the next 12 to 18 months after its debut bond in June was well received.

Travel & Leisure

EU privacy watchdogs to review stance

Jan 21 2015 17:00

Europe's data privacy watchdogs will meet in coming days to discuss revising their earlier opposition to countries sharing airline passenger data.

Travel & Leisure

Paris attacks may dent tourism industry

Jan 22 2015 10:30

Deadly attacks in Paris could have a lasting impact on tourism, which delivers 7% of France's GDP, if anti-France protests lead wealthy Arabs to shun the city.

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Travel & Leisure

Strong dollar may scare tourists off the US

Jan 20 2015 20:30

New York restaurant owner Jeremy Merrin has seen business droop in recent weeks at his Havana Central eatery in Times Square. The reason: not enough international tourists.

Travel & Leisure

First round-the-world solar flight to take off

Jan 20 2015 16:00

A plane powered by the sun will attempt an unprecedented flight around the world, the project's founders say, seeking to prove that flying is possible without using fossil fuel.

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