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SAA must beware of losing market share in Africa

Oct 31 2014 13:22

South African Airways must beware of losing market share on its regional routes in Africa, says a leading aviation specialist.

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British Airways owner confident on growth

Oct 31 2014 17:15

The owner of British Airways and Iberia has raised its forecast for profits this year and saying it was on course for another rise in 2015.

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SA aviation needs new niche markets - official

Oct 31 2014 12:13

Aviation in Africa supports about seven million jobs and SA must identify new opportunities in niche markets to be competitive, says the department of transport.

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Japan Airlines' H1 net profit slips 2%

Oct 31 2014 09:53

Japan Airlines' net profit for the April to September period has slipped to $724m as a weak yen pushed up fuel costs.

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Germany's new road toll to cost foreign drivers

Oct 31 2014 10:30

The German government has introduced a controversial road toll which will force foreign car drivers to pay up to €130 a year.

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All Nippon Airways first-half profit soars

Oct 30 2014 11:49

Japan's All Nippon Airways says its net profit for the six months to September has soared about 78% to $328m thanks to a Tokyo airport expansion.

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Lufthansa cuts 2015 forecast

Oct 30 2014 12:34

Lufthansa, Europe's biggest airline, has reduced its profit forecast for 2015 in face of the global economic slowdown.

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Sello Mmakau to take up post as Acsa CIO

Oct 29 2014 19:11

Sello Mmakau has been appointed chief information officer of the Airports Company SA.

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Ebola fears ripple across continent

Oct 29 2014 17:15

East Africa's Serengeti and Maasai Mara safari parks are as far if not further from the Ebola outbreak than much of Europe but there is still a slump in bookings.

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Ebola travel ban problems grow

Oct 29 2014 16:03

US airlines have briefed government officials in private meetings about the challenges to implementing a travel ban because of the Ebola outbreak, sources say.

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Baltic to seek EU funds for rail project

Oct 29 2014 10:45

The Baltic states have signed a joint venture for a long-discussed European-standard gauge railway that aims to connect the region to the rest of Europe.

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NYC transport safest in the world for women

Oct 29 2014 11:00

A Reuters survey shows the New York City's public transport is now ranked by women as among the safest in some of the world's largest cities.

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