It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
Zimbabwe owes airlines about $196m that’s stuck in the country due to a shortage of hard currency, according to the International Air Transport Association.
ACSA is run by a three-member board as Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has vowed to focus on restoring corporate governance at the entity.
FlySafair says Solidarity's views expressed in the media were "misleading and premature" after the trade union accused the low-cost airline of refusing to negotiate with pilots.
SA is under increasing pressure to enforce changes at SAA after the carrier lost access to a short-term credit facility from Citigroup, exacerbating its weak financial position.
Singapore Airlines has announced a full takeover bid for its struggling budget carrier subsidiary Tigerair.
Budget Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific has ordered 16 turboprop planes from the France-based manufacturer in a deal worth $673m.
The latest move takes the total guarantees granted to the South African Airways to R14.4bn, the Treasury said in a statement.
South African Airways must beware of losing market share on its regional routes in Africa, says a leading aviation specialist.
Flying has become a commodity and the number of people supported by the airline industry is expected to double every 15 years, an Airbus director has told Fin24.
There is no time for complacency in the airline industry as consumers become ever more demanding, an Airbus official has told Carin Smith in Toulouse.
SA Express will this weekend re-open its Cape Town and Walvis Bay routes, as the financially troubled airline, which was grounded last year, embarks on a path towards sustainability.
Chief executive officer of South African Airlines, Musa Zwane, wants to see more partnerships emerging among African airlines.
Comair has won a court ruling to continue flying in SA amid a legal investigation into whether the company breaches airline foreign-ownership limits.
South Africans have slammed the open letter that Skywise wrote to President Jacob Zuma to ask him to intervene, after Acsa grounded them for not paying airport fees.
SAA will oppose a court application by trade union Solidarity who wants the airline to disclose reasons for its retrenchment process.
Local airlines have more satisfied customers than last year, but the industry was given the lowest customer satisfaction score, an index shows.
The International Air Transport Association has announced global passenger traffic results, showing a continuation of the healthy demand trend of recent months.
Heathrow Airport Holdings is set to sell three British airports for £1bn to a group including Ferrovial, Singaporean GIC and Australian bank Macquarie.
South Africa and Ethiopia are among the 15 countries in the world Airbus has identified for their future strategic value to the airline industry, says Airbus.
A call has been made for SAA CEO Monwabisi Kalawe to be investigated by the auditor general, but the CEO of the embattled airline says he's been expecting "sabotage".
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