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Africa wants its own air transport market by 2017
Africa wants its own air transport market by 2017

African Ministers of Transport have declared their full support for the African Union Commission's proposal for the establishment of a single African air transport market by 2017...

22 Jan 2015 11:02

Solar plane set for landmark round-the-world flight
Solar plane set for landmark round-the-world flight

A plane with the top speed of a homing pigeon is set to embark on a landmark round-the-world flight powered only by the sun's energy, organisers said on Tuesday, 20 January...

21 Jan 2015 10:39

African airlines struggle to benefit from oil's fall
African airlines struggle to benefit from oil's fall

African airlines are struggling to realise the benefits of a lower oil price as the positive effect is offset by weakening currencies...

15 Jan 2015 13:10

Allocate all Eskom and SAA shares to citizens
Allocate all Eskom and SAA shares to citizens

South Africans in general and taxpayers in particular have become accustomed/hardened/seasoned to the perennial, colossal financial blunders otherwise known as South African Airways (SAA) and Eskom...

By Temba Nolutshungu 10 Jan 2015 12:19

Jetworx creditors still have not met
Jetworx creditors still have not met

The first meeting of creditors of Jetworx, the aircraft maintenance subsidiary of bankrupt 1time Holdings, is still to be convened more than six months after a final winding-up order was issued. 1time ceased operations in 2012...

By Andiswa Maqutu 9 Jan 2015 14:15

Oil price decline "will have no effect on cost of flights"
Oil price decline "will have no effect on cost of flights"

Travellers should not expect air ticket prices to fall with the decrease in the oil price, as the aviation industry is still recovering from high fuel prices from previous years...

8 Jan 2015 10:00

Brace for takeoff of low-cost flights
Brace for takeoff of low-cost flights

The oil price dropped to its lowest level in five years yesterday, lubricating the South African market for more low-cost airlines...

7 Jan 2015 10:30

Technical glitch at King Shaka International Airport causes delays
Technical glitch at King Shaka International Airport causes delays

Due to a technical glitch at King Shaka International Airport in Durban refueling of aircrafts has been affected until now...

6 Jan 2015 15:56

Plane e-ticket 'scam'
Plane e-ticket 'scam'

At least two Eastern Cape families have been caught in an international e-ticket scam that has wrecked their Christmas holidays...

30 Dec 2014 12:00

AirAsia plane likely 'at bottom of sea': Indonesia search chief
AirAsia plane likely 'at bottom of sea': Indonesia search chief

The AirAsia plane which went missing with 162 people on board en route for Singapore is likely at the bottom of the sea, Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency chief said Monday...

29 Dec 2014 12:00

AirAsia shares lose 8% in Malaysia after jet disappears
AirAsia shares lose 8% in Malaysia after jet disappears

Shares in AirAsia, Southeast Asia's biggest budget airline, lost almost 8% in Kuala Lumpur on Monday after one of its jets disappeared with 162 people on board...

29 Dec 2014 10:30

SAA transferred to Ministry of Finance
SAA transferred to Ministry of Finance

The transfer of South African Airways (SAA) from the Ministry of Public Enterprises to the Ministry of Finance was gazetted on Friday...

24 Dec 2014 10:50

SAA transfer to Treasury's ambit has already begun
SAA transfer to Treasury's ambit has already begun

The handover of SAA from the Department of Public Enterprises to the Treasury is well under way‚ with Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene already having held an introductory meeting with the board of the troubled airline...

By Linda Ensor 23 Dec 2014 08:53

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