Industry Publications

Tourism in South Africa – a story of cooperation

The growth of tourism in South Africa can best be described as a story of cooperation between government and industry. Addressing...

Home Affairs

Passport Holders who are Exempt from Visas for South Africa

Citizens from foreign countries, territories and international organisations with a national passport (diplomatic, official and ordinary) may be exempt from visas...

IATA

Another Strong Year for Airline Profits in 2017

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that it expects the global airline industry to make a net profit in 2017...

IATA

Strong Passenger Demand Resumes in September

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for September showing that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers,...

Lengthy airport queues to cause December holiday havoc

Lengthy queues at OR Tambo Airport as a result of the new immigration regulations are expected to cause major havoc during...

IATA

Passenger Services Conference Approves Resolution on ONE Order Standard Will Modernize and Simplify Airline Order Management

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that the Passenger Services Conference (PSC) adopted a Resolution on a standard for the...

SITA

Real-Time Tracking of Bags to Save Air Transport Industry $3 Billion

The global deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which can accurately track passengers’ baggage in real time across key points...

Aviation growth fuels inbound tourism

Written by June Crawford, CEO BARSA Rising demand for air travel, both within Southern Africa, and from international markets to South...

Transforming the Passenger Journey

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) laid out a transformative vision for air travel that will enable aviation to successfully accommodate...

IATA

IATA Forecasts Passenger Demand to Double Over 20 Years But increased trade protectionism has potential to damage growth prospects

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.2 billion passengers to travel in 2035, a near doubling of the 3.8 billion...