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Bombardier reports better-than-expected free cash flow, shares rise

The Montreal-based business-jet manufacturer expects a 2022 free cash flow of more than $515m as orders surge

Maersk raises profit forecast for a second time on supply chain boost

Maersk controls about one-sixth of the world’s container trade

Claims that airlines are feasting on Comair’s demise are misplaced, says Gidon Novick

The founder of Lift blames skyrocketing airline ticket prices on bruising fuel hikes

EasyJet says operations stable after costly £133m rejig

Low-cost airline cuts its schedule to resolve delays, staff shortages and last-minute cancellations

China’s new jet nears certification as test flight tasks done

Assembled in China, the narrow-body aircraft is designed to challenge the Airbus-Boeing duopoly

Super Group flags higher earnings despite unrest

Logistics and supply chain management company says it has overcome flooding, unrest and load-shedding

Qantas expects more turbulence amid travellers’ anger over delays

Australian airline is navigating staff sickness and a tight labour market after deciding to shed thousands of jobs

Scandinavian Airlines warns pilots strike threatens its survival

Airline and unions are locked in talks over conditions related to rescue plan

Scooter hackers spark sales boom in China

Delivery drivers and commuters hire IT geeks to remove controls that regulate speeds

Airlines clamber for Comair’s share as ticket prices soar

Increasing capacity at SA’s remaining airlines may do little to cushion consumers

Qatar Airways’ deal with Boeing no longer valid, UK court hears

Rival Airbus tells judge of its attempt to get a copy of the agreement

BA slashes 10,300 more flights amid staff shortage

Carrier hires Dutch rival KLM’s René de Groot to manage the travel disruption and improve operational resilience

Airbnb London prices soar amid jump in demand, but government restrictions loom

UK councils can now charge double the rate of council tax for second and empty homes, ensuring residents in popular tourist areas are not run out of their ...

More turmoil for easyJet as operating chief steps down

Airline is grappling with travel disruptions due to of staffing issues and strikes

Relief for City Lodge as it sells East African hotels

The hospitality group has about R600m in long-term debt falling due in the next 13 months

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