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Hyatt to open first property in Cyprus

Hyatt to open first property in Cyprus

The beachfront Grand Hyatt Limassol will feature 300 rooms, spa facilities and three swimming pools

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Author: Mark Caswell

Air France to use artificial intelligence to reduce CO2 emissions

Air France to use artificial intelligence to reduce CO2 emissions

The Sky Breathe software “analyses billions of data records” and provides recommended actions with the aim of reducing fuel consumption by up to 5 per cent

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Author: Mark Caswell

Direct flights could trump hubs post-COVID

Post-COVID, travellers could likely opt for direct flights over the hub-and-spoke system, said Guy Leitch, editor of SA Flyer, during a webinar on…

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Webcast Wednesdays: Novick eyes Joburg-Cape Town

Well-known airline personality and founder of kulula.com, Gidon Novick, is a pioneer, an original thinker and something of a maverick in SA business…

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Author: Sarah Robertson

Cruise lines develop ‘Healthy Sail Panel’

Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings have announced a collaboration to develop enhanced cruise health and safety standards.

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UNWTO to accelerate Africa tourism recovery

The UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) member states from across Africa have highlighted priorities for tourism against the backdrop of COVID-19…

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Emperors rules again

Peermont’s Emperors Palace Hotel, Casino, Convention and Entertainment Resort has reopened.

Precautions for visitors include the wearing of a face…

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SAA rescue plan railroaded through

SAA creditors on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted for the rescue of the airline, after what some creditors called a railroading of the process by the…

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Author: Hilka Birns

Virgin Atlantic secures £1.2 billion rescue package

Virgin Atlantic secures £1.2 billion rescue package

The news comes just a week before the carrier is due to resume flights

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Author: Mark Caswell

Malaysia and Singapore agree to ease curbs for cross-border travel

Malaysia and Singapore will resume some necessary travels between the two countries.

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Author: IANS