Emirates posts $3.8bn loss as virus reduces air travel to a trickle

The Dubai-based carrier has recovered about a sixth of its pre-pandemic network with the Emirates Group also cutting about 26,000 jobs

Tsogo Sun Hotels may have to cut jobs due to slow tourism recovery

The group expects the Western Cape to be under particular pressure amid muted international tourism

Sun International’s SA revenue bounces back after lockdown

Monthly income from alternative gaming formats exceeds that of 2019

Norway refuses second rescue package for Norwegian Air

Europe’s fourth-largest discount carrier is one of many airlines around the world to face an uncertain future without additional support

Ending Ters would devastate hospitality sector, says TBCSA

The Tourism Business Council says about three quarters of employees in the tourism sector are either benefiting from Ters or unemployment insurance

Ryanair braces for more pandemic pain but CEO Michael O’Leary sees silver lining

O’Leary says leaner airline is in the best position to harness opportunities for growth likely to emerge from the pandemic

England’s overseas travel ban a new blow to airlines

The government of Boris Johnson will prohibit overseas leisure travel until December 2

WATCH: How lockdown caused turbulence for Acsa

Airports Company SA CFO Siphamandla Mthethwa talks to Business Day TV about how the company plans to recover from the national lockdown

Airline ANA Holdings to slash jobs and sell aeroplanes

Japanese company expects full-year loss of about ¥530bn as it struggles to recover from pandemic

Airlink boosted by Emirates partnership

This comes after Airlink recently signed a similar agreement with Qatar Airways, one of the world’s largest carriers

AirAsia X targets restructuring as it runs out of money

The long-haul arm of AirAsia Group will liquidate its Indonesian arm as part of plans to survive pandemic

Japan’s ANA airline said to get nearly $4bn loan to offset effects of Covid-19

Domestic financial institutions and the government-backed Development Bank of Japan will participate in the funding

Fancy new Thai hotels bet on quest for luxury quarantine

Tourist havens pin their hopes on state plan to lure visitors amid crippling pandemic

The worst is yet to come for the world’s airlines

The industry is expected to burn through $77bn in cash in the six months to December

Nissan SA to start assembling the delayed Navarra bakkie next March

The Rosslyn plant will build both single- and double-cab versions, in direct competition with Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger

WATCH: Why SAA should partner with Ethiopian Airlines

African Aviation CEO Nick Fadugba talks to Business Day TV about the recommendation for SAA to partner with Ethiopian Airlines

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