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Airlines turning to Iris recognition technology

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Iris recognition systems have seen an increased usage in many industries and have been used with many new applications. One such application...

Airlines brace for heavy Europe crisis impact

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Airlines worldwide face over US$8 billion in losses next year if Europe's politicians fail to get to grips with the region's debt...

IATA urges cooperation on the use of aviation biofuel

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A third of the airline industry's operating costs go to fuel, making the use of environmentally friendly, safe aviation biofuel a priority,...

Rwanda tourism revenues climb, eyed by airlines

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Rwanda's tourism revenues in the eight months to August rose 32 percent against the previous year to $173 million and a growing...

Airlines warn of trade row over EU carbon plan

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The European Union faces a trade clash over its plans to curb emissions from aviation, European airlines said. The latest flare-up in rhetoric...

Aviation bearing the brunt of carbon taxes

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The aviation sector is facing difficult times ahead as certain countries, including South Africa, push to implement carbon taxes on aircraft. From...

Airline shares fall as investors expect fall slowdown

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Shares of major U.S. airlines fell to one-year lows on uncertainty over the economy and expectations that travel will slow down in...

Airlines won’t gouge passengers during World Cup: Motlanthe (updated)

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Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has sought to assure visitors that they will not be ripped off by airline companies during the World...

ACSA not yet considering full-body scanners

South Africans travelling through local airports are not likely to be subjected to "virtual strip searches" using full-body scanners any time soon,...

African airline industry has room for growth: Godongwana

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Public Enterprises Deputy Minister Enoch Godongwana says there is plenty of potential to expand the aviation industry in Africa. Speaking at the launch...

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Armscor in-house expertise can generate revenue

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Sweating Armscor assets, mainly property, was at one stage trumpeted as the way to eventually ensuring financial independence for the State-owned defence and security...
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