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SAA admission puts a new spin on pilot arbitration

SAA chairwoman Dudu Myeni may have blown a hole in a critical arbitration...

14 Jun 2016

Sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 lands in New York

The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft flew into New York past the Statue of Liberty completing the US leg on Saturday, 11 June, of a record-breaking bid to circumnavigate the Earth powered only by solar energy...

14 Jun 2016

Competition authorities investigating Emirates

The Competition Commission has confirmed that it is investigating Emirates Airline for abuse of dominance under the Competition Act, after claims that it offered incentives to...

By Carol Paton and Nicky Smith 13 Jun 2016

SAA bite at Mango CE could backfire

SAA made the startling admission that it subsides low-cost state-owned airline Mango, by subleasing to its entire fleet at a significantly discounted cost...

By Carol Paton 13 Jun 2016

Nico Bezuidenhout takes off from Mango for Fastjet

Nico Bezuidenhout has resigned from Mango to become the CEO of Fastjet, the London-listed pan-African low-cost carrier...

By Nicky Smith 10 Jun 2016

Lufthansa, the quietest of them all

Lufthansa has received the San Francisco International Airport/Community Roundtable's Jon C. Long Fly Quiet Program Award for the Quietest Overall Airline...

9 Jun 2016

SKA radio frequency ban excludes aviation and safety services

Aviation and "safety-of-life" services are exempt from draft regulations proposing a ban of certain radio frequencies in the Karoo to protect the Square Kilometre Array...

By Andiswa Maqutu 8 Jun 2016

Barloworld Logistics' supplychainforesight 2016 highlights need for future-readiness

Barloworld Logistics reviewed the journey of change and adaptation South African businesses have undertaken over the past year...

7 Jun 2016

Africa needs to be more business-friendly to foster growth

According to the CEO of DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa, greater regional integration in Africa is needed to capitalise on the continent's growth potential...

30 May 2016

KZN aerotropolis development drives trade and growth

Africa's first purpose-built aerotropolis...

25 May 2016

Are the new drone regulations overkill?

Unmanned flying machines, commonly known as drones, have been mainly used in targeted killings, surveillance or gathering intelligence. Recently, innovators have expanded the use...

By Gizela Parker 24 May 2016

Task teams formed to try resolve SAA pay deadlock

Special task teams have been set up for further discussions between the Treasury and labour unions on the future of South African Airways following an initial meeting...

By Karl Gernetzky 24 May 2016

Intra-Africa trade a key catalyst for growth

Increasing the production of manufactured goods on the African continent and further standardisation of trade regulation are both key to improving inter-regional trade...

23 May 2016

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