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    Africa’s busiest passenger air routes revealed

    Africa’s busiest passenger air routes revealed

    May 23, 2018

    The ten busiest passenger air routes in Africa have been revealed in a new study conducted by Routes, organiser of the world's leading aviation network development conferences and events.

    The research has found that the South African domestic flight between Cape Town and Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport is"...

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    Africa offers great opportunities for business aviation

    Africa offers great opportunities for business aviation

    May 23, 2018

    There are significant growth opportunities for business and charter aviation in Africa. Already, there are 481 registered private jets in Africa and the continent's year-on-year business aviation growth is 44%. So highlighted ExecuJet Aviation Group GM: flight operations Philip du Preez at the Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa Commercial Aviation Symposium on Tuesday. This is despite current constraints on the sector across the continent. Thus, not all African aviation authorities work on a 24/7/365 basis, which can delay approval of overflight rights for chartered aircraft. And, currently, 50% of African citizens need a visa to visit their African neighbours. At the moment, only 27 African countries have signed the African Union's Protocol of Free Movement of People. Hence the importance of the recently-agreed Single African Air......

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    Africa’s busiest air routes revealed as British Airways announces new flight from Heathrow to Marrakech

    Africa’s busiest air routes revealed as British Airways announces new flight from Heathrow to Marrakech

    May 23, 2018

    On the day that British Airways has announced a restored link from Heathrow to Marrakech in Morocco, the busiest passenger air routes in Africa have been revealed.

    BA will fly four times a week from Terminal 5 to the Moroccan city from 28 October 2018. It already flies from Gatwick to Marrakech.

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    African banks to become more competitive with new innovation by SWIFT

    African banks to become more competitive with new innovation by SWIFT

    May 23, 2018

    15 African banks have signed up to SWIFT’s global payments innovation (gpi) service, the new standard for cross-border payments. Of these, four are already live – Standard Bank of South Africa, FirstRand Bank, ABSA Bank and Nedbank – and many others are preparing to go live on the service in 2018.

    SWIFT gpi is the"...

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