The company, which recently acquired corporate businesses in Germany, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden, announced that it had agreed to acquire a minority interest in 3Mundi...
Earlier this year many business travellers were affected by the electronics ban the United States placed on several airlines. The good news for our travellers is the United States (US) has lifted the in-cabin ban on laptops...
Pemba Airport in Zanzibar is to get a revamp to become an international airport in a bid to boost tourism and improve aviation services.
Egypt State of Emergency. Egypt has extended the state of emergency declared after twin church bombings in April by jihadists, News24 claims. The renewed three-month state of emergency will start on July 10.
The airline has released a notification confirming it will cut flights on selected dates to Brazzaville via Pointe Noire in the Congo; Douala in Cameroon via Libreville in Gabon; Kinshasa in the DRC; Entebbe in Uganda; Luanda in Angola; Cotonou in Benin via Libreville in Gabon.
Flight Centre Travel Group (FCTG) South Africa will extend its 30% black women employee shareholder ownership trust for its newly created corporate travel entity, FCTG Corporate Pty Ltd.
The extended codeshare will now add Toronto as an additional destination on offer, and also offer a direct service between Addis Ababa to both Cape Town and Durban.
Airlines are advising all US-bound passengers to arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to departure to allow additional time to clear through security. This is in light of an announcement made earlier this week...
In August 2017 we began the hunt to find and reward business travel survivors. We received hundreds of entries ranging from entertaining to cringe worthy as road warriors described their experiences of navigating the rocky territory of business travel.
From Monday, 22nd January 2018, SAA has effectively surrendered the bulk of its domestic flights between Johannesburg and Durban, and a third of those between Johannesburg and Cape Town, to low-cost subsidiary Mango.
Following the cholera outbreak in Zambia in October last year, officials have now imposed a curfew, ordering residents to stay indoors from 18h00. Officials are also considering imposing travel restrictions in a bid to curb the spread of the disease.
Corporate Traveller has been advised that due to a backlog at the Australian High Commission’s South African offices there are currently major delays in issuing Australian visas.