SAA’s R1.1bn settlement helps Comair’s earnings soar 20%

The operator of kulula.com and British Airways in SA expects earnings to rise by at least 20% thanks to the SAA settlement

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WATCH: Nico Bezuidenhout on his return to Mango

Nico Bezuidenhout talks to Business Day TV about what he will bring to the airline during his second stint as CEO

Hotelier Whitbread hit by slow UK demand

Business travellers cut back on their trips as economic activity loses steam

Motus lowers revenue guidance for year to end-June

Automotive group says sales are likely to be flat in the continuing tough trading conditions

Kenya Airways aims to double fleet over five years on its way to profit

Airline is restructuring its aircraft leasing agreements and its other debts to free up cash for investment in new planes

American Airlines extends its Boeing 737 MAX flight cancellations

Federal Aviation Administration chief declines to put date on return of grounded planes

Ford to shut Welsh plant with loss of 1,700 jobs

Another blow to Britain’s car sector amid heightened uncertainty over departure from the EU

BMW and JLR to jointly develop electric-car parts

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover, both under pressure to roll out zero-emission vehicles, say the alliance will lower the costs of developing electric cars

Renault to bring case against Carlos Ghosn over €11m of dubious expenses

Ghosn is suspected of hiring the entire Versailles palace outside Paris in 2016 to celebrate his marriage in exchange for a philanthropy deal between the ...

Imperial’s packaged goods unit the latest casualty of SA’s weak economy

Imperial Logistics says its restructuring and rationalisation entails exiting unprofitable contracts, consolidating operations and cutting costs

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US transport agency green lights American Airlines, Qantas joint venture

Airlines are successful in their application after a prior effort was rejected by the US government in 2016

Imperial Logistics expects lower earnings as it impairs SA assets

The company says that the the state of SA’s economy and rising competition has led it to intensify efforts to restructure and rationalise its operations

Tsogo Sun will bring the largest hotel business in SA to public investors

Investors' calls for Tsogo to break into two specialised businesses have been heeded

China and EU ink aviation deals to boost co-operation

Certifications will be easily recognised and flights between the regions will be more accessible

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