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JetBlue takeover bid gets cold shoulder from Spirit

The decision keeps it on a path to create the US’s largest deep discounter with Frontier

China Eastern Boeing 737-800 flights resume despite recent disaster

Move seen as a sign that the airline is working towards putting the entire fleet of about 200 back in the air

Tesla investors say judge found Musk misled with ‘go-private’ tweet

They claim that posts on Twitter cost them billions of dollars amid wild swings in electric carmaker’s share price

Ride-hailer Didi takes 24% hit ahead of possible delisting

Investors were aware Chinese company intended to delist from New York but manner of delisting has scared some

Covid-19 pushes Lufthansa debt up by €10bn

Airline expects private trips to recover to pre-pandemic levels in 2023

No end in sight to UK travel disruptions

Travellers who have waited years for the return of overseas holidays now face last-minute cancellation of trips

Insurance costs soar for ships entering the Black Sea

The pool of insurers still quoting has substantially dried up, meaning those who remain are demanding higher prices

Oil tanker groups Euronav and Frontline plan $4.2bn tie-up

Merged company will use Frontline name and be led by Euronav CEO

Greyhound and Citiliner return to roads ahead of Easter period

The two bus lines closed down in February 2021 due to Covid-19

Ryanair aims for €1bn profit after hedging fuel price

Target of 165-million passengers set for 12 months from April

Lessors of Russian aircraft lose hope amid looming deadline

Largest theft in the history of commercial civil aviation about to occur, says academic

Grand Parade more confident after gaming recovery and Burger King sale

The group has made a R413.6m payout to shareholders for the six months to end-December, when it cut its debt by R102m to a net R32m

Ryanair targets net-zero emissions via sustainable fuels

Irish airline says carbon capture offset projects will contribute to decarbonisation target

Kulula’s no refunds policy leaves passengers fuming

Airline only offers a six-month credit, but getting your money back is possible if the ticket was bought using a credit card

PODCAST | Closing the mobility gap: growth of car subscriptions in SA

Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Eerik Oja, CEO and co-founder of Planet42, and  COO  Grant Wing

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