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Ethiopian Airlines launches weekly flights to Oslo

On 26 March 2017, Ethiopian Airlines will commence with five weekly flights to Oslo, the capital of Norway, via Stockholm...

29 Nov 2016

BA launches Gatwick/Cape Town flights for summer

BA has upped its capacity to the Mother City by nearly a third for the summer season, including a three-times-a-week service from Gatwick.

By Nicci Botha 28 Nov 2016

322 graduate from Africa's largest aviation academy

47 pilots, 92 aviation maintenance technicians, 50 cabin crew and 133 marketing professionals graduated from the Ethiopian Aviation Academy...

24 Nov 2016

Lufthansa cancels nearly 900 flights over pilot strike

Germany's flagship carrier Lufthansa said it would cancel nearly 900 flights because of a strike by pilots...

23 Nov 2016

Ethiopian Airlines increases flight frequency to Cape Town

Ethiopian Airlines will increase its flight frequency to Cape Town from eight to ten times weekly starting 1 December 2016...

21 Nov 2016

Lufthansa to receive first Airbus A350-900 in December

The Lufthansa Group will receive its first A350-900 - the most modern long haul aircraft in the world - on 19 December 2016 with the first regular commercial flight from...

21 Nov 2016

FlySafair still wants to buy loss-making Mango

Mango Airlines' net loss of almost R37-million hasn't deterred FlySafair from wanting to buy the South African Airways-owned carrier...

18 Nov 2016

New $150 million Victoria Falls International Airport officially opens

The new $150 million Victoria Falls International Airport officially has the capacity to handle 1.5 million passengers per annum...

18 Nov 2016

Emirates launches SkyWheels transport solution for high-value automobiles

Emirates SkyCargo has launched a specialised transport product for high-value automobiles - Emirates SkyWheels...

18 Nov 2016

Value underpins the success of ten-year-old Mango

According to Acting Chief Executive Nic Vlok, accessibility and affordability remain the cornerstone of the airline...

16 Nov 2016

Economic conditions no deterrent to travellers to and from SA

Third quarter arrivals and departures at South African airports rose 4.4% year-on-year, the Airports Company SA said. International arrivals rose 5.5% and...

By Karl Gernetzky 16 Nov 2016

SAA bleeding as competition hots up, its acting finance chief tells MPs

SAA is bleeding from the intense competition on the domestic market, with rivals gouging out R1bn revenue in the second quarter of the 2016-17 financial year...

By Linda Ensor 16 Nov 2016

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