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  • IATA: DUR
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Turkish Airlines to Launch Durban Link By mid-November 2015

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Durban will be Turkish Airlines’ third destination in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town. The airline first introduced flights into the...

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Turkish Airlines to Launch Durban Link By Mid-November 2015

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Durban will be Turkish Airlines’ third destination in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town. The airline first introduced flights into the...

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Proflight Debuts New Lusaka – Durban Route

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The new three-times weekly Lusaka – Durban link will see Proflight Zambia complement the existing operations of South African Airways Express on...

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Durban Airport Celebrates Future Arrival of Qatar Airways

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Gulf carrier Qatar Airways confirmed in February this year that it would introduce flights to this year’s World Routes host city as part of an...

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King Shaka Highlights Potential for Air Service Development in Africa

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Industry content from the latest issue of the air service development magazine, Routes News.

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King Shaka International Poised for New Airline Arrivals

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In recent months a number of international airlines have outlined plans to expand into the Durban market, although local officials remain...

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Mango Adds Durban-Lanseria To Its Expansion Plans

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South African Airways’ low cost carrier Mango is expanding its flights into Lanseria. Mango will launch Durban-Lanseria on 15 October

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FlySafair Confirms Next-Generation Entry

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The low-cost airline currently has a fleet of five older 737-400 models and will use the 737-800s to support growth in existing markets and to...

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Turkish Airlines Provides Another Global Connection to Durban

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Durban will be Turkish Airlines’ third destination in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town. The airline first introduced flights into the...

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FlySafair Adds Durban and East London Flights in Domestic Growth

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South African low-cost carrier, FlySafair, is to introduce new links from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Durban and East London after initially...

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