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World Routes Host Recognised for Quality Standards

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King Shaka International Airport in Durban has been recognised as the Best Regional Airport in Africa by the SKYTRAX World Airport Awards, which...

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Mauritius Airport Wins Big at ACI Air Service Quality Awards

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Mauritius’ main international airport, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport won or came second in three award categories at the ASI Air...

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South African Airports Sign Agreement to Grow Cargo Hubs

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Airports Company South Africa, owner and manager of South Africa’s nine principal airports has signed a cooperation agreement with Mitteldeutsche...

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Qatar Airways Confirms Durban Debut in South African Expansion

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Africa continues to play an important part in Qatar Airways’ global network expansion strategy and the airline currently operates 140 flights per...

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QATAR Airways Proposes Durban Service from Dec 2015

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Based on the week of 08FEB15’s OAG Schedules Analyser update, as well as GDS Flight Information (FLIFO), QATAR Airways filed proposed...

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Event Destination Guide: World Routes 2015

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World Routes is the largest global annual event of its kind. The largest and most prestigious event in the Routes portfolio, and will take place in...

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WORLD ROUTES: KwaZulu-Natal Ready for World Routes’ African Debut

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The HUB spoke to MEC Michael Mabuyakhulu during this year’s World Routes in Chicago to learn more about next year’s World Routes when he described...

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WORLD ROUTES: Official Handover to Durban Set for Lunchtime

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As a record-breaking World Routes event in Chicago enters its last day, this lunchtime the Chicago Department of Aviation and Choose Chicago will...

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WORLD ROUTES: South Africa’s Golden Mile

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World Routes is heading to the African continent for the first time when Durban plays host to the event in 2015.

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ROUTES AFRICA: World Routes Host Prepares for African Debut in 2015

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KwaZulu-Natal is home to South Africa's second largest economy and, situated on the strategically important east coast, the Province boasts two of...

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