Uber has taken another step forward in ensuring the safety of its riders with the introduction of its Incident Response Team (IRT) call-back line for safety-related matters.
Cathay Pacific will launch a seasonal non-stop service to Cape Town later this year, directly linking the popular business and tourism destination with Hong Kong for the very first time.
Avis Luxury Cars have added the Range Rover Velar to its fleet. The Range Rover Velar D240 SE comes with a petrol engine, automatic transmission, built-in GPS, and more.
The recent price hike for a three-month multiple-entry visa for business travellers for Mozambique has taken the trade by surprise. The increase came into effect on 22 January 2018.
As of June 1, Emirates will resume its second daily flight to the capital of Portugal, Lisbon. Portugal saw a 10 percent increase in tourists last year to 21 million people, with visitors to Lisbon rising 16 percent. According to Emirates divisional senior vice president for commercial operations, West, Hubert Frach.
SAA has increased excess baggage charges on flights from the UK to South Africa, effective on all tickets issued on or after January 4.
A week after the Spanish Embassy announced that VFS Global would no longer be processing its short-stay visas for South Africans, effective 11 October 2016.
New Zealand passport holders will have to apply in person at the SA High Commission in Wellington (whereas South African passport holders are able to apply online for New Zealand visas and courier their applications).
The airline will add 680 seats a week to its London-Johannesburg route by operating an all-A380 service in October, allowing travellers a choice of two flights a day.
The Department of Home Affairs spokesperson, Mayihlome Tshwete, confirmed that the visa waiver for South Africans travelling to Russia would come into effect on 31 March 2017.
Qatar Airways has introduced a laptop lending service on March 31. Passengers will be able to download their work on a USB before boarding and will be able to continue their work in-flight...
On Tuesday 21 March 2017 the USA and UK issued a ban on any electronic devices larger than 16cm x 9.3cm from being carried as hand luggage in the airline cabin...