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Airlines climbing out of recession: IATA

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Airlines, including those in Africa, are climbing out of recession with further strong increases for passenger travel and freight in February, industry...

Optimism takes wing in airline industry

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has halved its forecast loss for the global airline industry to US$2.8 billion due to a...

African airline fortunes pickup

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Passenger demand in Africa grew 6.3% in January this year aided by an economic recovery. But demand is still about 2% down...

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...

Africa again bucks air safety trend

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Africa's skies remain the least safe in the world, the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) latest global safety review finds. The review...

Comair reports marginal increase in diluted headline earnings

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Regional airline Comair has reported a marginal increase in diluted headline earnings per share from 7.9 cents to 8.1 cents for the...

Air cargo jumps in Dec but aviation outlook tough: IATA

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Air freight traffic jumped by almost a quarter in December in a positive end to the aviation industry's worst year, showing economic...

IATA, US, EU talk airline security

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Governments rather than airlines should pay for measures to step up security in the wake of last month's failed attempt to blow...

Intrusive anti-terrorism measures hurt privacy: UN

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Countries are using ever more pervasive surveillance methods that erode the fundamental right to privacy and go beyond steps required in the...

Airlink to step up cockpit emergency training

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Former South African Airways (SAA) Chief Training Captain and aerobatics veteran Scully Levin says South African Airlink pilots would benefit from enhanced...

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Mapisa-Nqakula continues to use “security” to evade Parliamentary questions

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The free flow of information on border protection successes from military provincial tactical headquarters continues unabated in contrast with answers to Parliamentary questions where...
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