Recent amendments to the Disaster Management Act by the Department of Transport permit local airlines to resume in-flight catering on domestic flights.
South African Airways has extended the validity of Voyager miles so members of its loyalty programme will be able to make use of their accumulated mileage.
British Airways will increase the frequencies of its scheduled flights to South Africa as a result of SA’s removal from the UK’s red list.
The UK’s national carrier will reinstate daily flights between London and South Africa from the end of August.
After commencing its phased reopening to international travellers in July, the resumption of scheduled flights between Mauritius and South Africa has been announced.
This is the perfect time to visit the magical Victoria Falls in neighbouring Zimbabwe without the tourist masses.
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has banned entry to South Africans until 15 July and there’s no guessing as to when the ban might be lifted.
Virgin Atlantic Airlines will resume scheduled passenger flights to South Africa later this month.
FlySafair will be sponsoring flights for an organisation working with chronically and critically ill children.
While passengers are still uncertain about the status of Mango Airlines, leaders in the travel industry shared their advice on how to get a possible refund for your ticket.
Lift Airline now boasts its own anthem, performed by the former lead vocalist of the award-winning local group Freshlyground.
Media personality, Mihlali Ndamase recently claimed that her wig worth R7 000 was stolen after she booked into a flight.
Beleaguered national airline SAA has suspended flights once more, dashing hopes its planes will take to the skies any time soon.
After years of limping along, Air Namibia, the country’s troubled national carrier, has ceased operations and will go into liquidation.
Virgin Atlantic is the second British carrier to lengthen the suspension of its flights to South African destinations.
Namibia’s national airline narrowly escaped liquidation by reaching an agreement over unpaid debt from a contract that had gone sour.
Despite indications that South Africa’s national carrier would be back in the sky by April, several factors make this unlikely.
The Dubai-based airline is among the first in the world to begin trialling the digital travel pass.
The carrier is now the second largest in Africa, based on the number of routes it operates.
After an eventful year, crew members of Austrian Airlines decided to share a welcome message in the form of the ‘Jerusalema’ dance challenge.
The company has experienced a growth spurt as a result of changes in the aviation landscape caused by the pandemic.
The British carrier has confirmed it will once again fly between London and Cape Town starting this December.
South Africans helped to choose Lift’s look and its planes will take to the skies on Thursday 10 December.
New local budget carrier Lift is calling for public participation to help select its aircraft livery.