SA aviation: A tale of 2 airline industries, says CEO

2019-06-15 13:27

That there are essentially two sets of airline performances in Southern Africa, and there are clear differences between those that are privately owned and those that are not, the CEO of the Airlines Association of Southern Africa tells Fin24.

Air Zimbabwe's Iata membership on the line

2012-06-22 14:09

Air Zimbabwe has been given 90 days to renew its International Air Transport Association operational safety audit or lose membership of the body.

Oil price to hit African airlines hard

2012-03-20 15:03

The International Air Transport Association has revised its outlook for the global aviation industry and warns African airlines stand to lose $100m.

EU crisis threat to African airlines

2011-12-07 22:00

A recession in the European Union could double the losses suffered by African carriers, says the International Air Transport Association.

Airline industry warned of tough times

2011-09-27 11:44

The head of Thai Airways says a slowdown in the EU and US is “frightening” as Iata tells airlines to brace for challenges ahead.

African airlines' growth takes off

2010-12-30 17:43

Air traffic growth in November slowed significantly in all regions except Africa, the International Air Transport Association says.


Airlink scores in SAA deal

2017-11-12 06:00

Despite denials by the main players, competitors insist that the contract presents a barrier to entry for smaller airlines.

Iata: Oil prices hit airlines hard

2012-05-02 17:22

Airlines are struggling under the pressure of high and sustained oil prices, according to Iata's global traffic results for March.

Jobs to go in airline takeover

2011-12-22 10:40

IAG, the owner of British Airways is to cut staff after it won a bid to buy German rival Lufthansa’s UK unit bmi for £172.5m cash.

Airlines to hit headwinds

2011-10-03 15:20

Global airlines are bracing for tough times and African carriers are facing lower demand, says the International Air Transport Association.

SA's air passengers set to soar

2011-02-14 17:12

The International Air Transport Association has forecast that the number of domestic passengers in SA is expected to grow by at least 10% over the next three years.

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