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For casinos in Manila more is better

Mar 02 2015 10:03

The owner of the ultra-luxe nightclub Pangaea in Singapore is now betting that Manila's casinos will be able to draw rich punters and partygoers.

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New aircraft tracking method to be tested

Mar 01 2015 21:00

Australia, Malaysia and Indonesia will be trialling a world first system that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans.

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Plot to catch SAA chief backfires

Mar 01 2015 10:26

Top private investigator Paul O’Sullivan tried to force SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni to resign by inadvertently using fake bank statements.

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Budget carrier AirAsia net profit slides

Feb 27 2015 10:45

Malaysia-based AirAsia's net profit has slid by nearly a quarter in 2014, dragged down by high operating costs and foreign exchange losses.


SAA board concerned about CEO allegations

Feb 26 2015 11:15

The board of SAA is concerned about media articles hinting at an "about-turn" regarding charges against the airline's suspended CEO Monwabisi Kalawe.

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Qantas roars back into black

Feb 26 2015 15:00

Australian carrier Qantas has roared back into the black after an aggressive shake-up to stem mounting losses, posting its best interim result in four years.

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Irish govt asks for commitments on Aer Lingus

Feb 24 2015 18:00

Ireland's transport minister says the government is still considering a bid for Aer Lingus by the owner of British Airways.

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Rea Vaya to cover more ground - premier

Feb 23 2015 18:38

The City of Johannesburg is expanding the existing Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit System, Gauteng premier David Makhura says.

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How Spain is luring Chinese tourists

Feb 23 2015 05:00

White rice for breakfast, dim sum and fast visas - these are the key attractions being used by Spain to tap into the surging wave of Chinese tourists.

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CT hotel praised by tourism organisations

Feb 19 2015 17:29

A delegation from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and the World Travel Tourism Council have visited Hotel Verde in Cape Town’s airport precinct.

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Virgin Australia narrows half-year losses

Feb 19 2015 12:30

Australian carrier Virgin says its first half net loss narrowed to Aus$47.8m on the back of cost-cutting and slumping oil prices.

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Hilton forecast disappoints

Feb 19 2015 10:30

Hilton Worldwide Holdings, owner of the Waldorf Astoria hotel brand, has forecast lower-than-expected earnings due to a strong dollar.

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