Q&A: Newmark CEO Neil Markovitz on trying to get to the finish line

Welcoming back international guests depends on how fast SA can roll out its vaccination programme

WATCH: What Competition Commission’s inquiry into public transport shows

Competition Commission principal economist Thulani Mandiriza talks to Business Day TV

Sun International to list on A2X Markets

The listing will take the number of companies on the alternative exchange to 40 with a combined market value of R5.2-trillion

Ryanair to start 2,500 Spanish flights as it bets on travel recovery

The low-cost carrier plans to operate 582 routes in, out of, and across Spain, including 48 new ones and predicts Britons will holiday abroad

Sun International confident of a solid footing as Covid-19 threat eases

Group says the recovery of SA hotels and casinos might be gradual, but it is upbeat about debt and cash

Sun International warns of hefty loss and writedowns due to Covid-19

The group has written down its SA assets by about R1.3bn, while the number of its shares in issue almost doubled during its 2020 year

Big airlines sound alarm on cyberattack

British Air, United Airlines and Singapore Air among carriers that were hit by breach exposing data of loyalty programme members

AirAsia sets sights on flying taxis in 2022

The CEO says the airline is also developing an urban drone delivery service

Lufthansa reports the biggest loss in its history

Europe’s biggest airline group reviews hoped-for rebound and looks to vaccine rollout, easing of travel bans and quarantines

Acsa posts loss of nearly R1.5bn as Covid-19 hits air travel

The number of departing passengers in 2020 fell 65.8% to 7.4-million

Covid woes push City Lodge into R550m loss

The company anticipates a slow recovery of the hospitality sector, but is encouraged by vaccination programmes

WATCH: SAA uses R5bn of government support to pay severances

SA Cabin Crew Association chair Christopher Shabangu talks Business Day TV

EU court rejects Ryanair bid to topple Covid-19 airline aid

Court rules that French and Swedish state subsidies do not break state-aid rules

American Airlines considers borrowing to pay back government loans

Goldman Sachs is in talks with investors for refinancing of up to $9bn for the airline, insiders say

WATCH: Why the aviation industry still attracts investors

Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking head of aviation finance James Geldenhuys talks to Business Day TV

Putco becomes next casualty of Covid-19 restrictions

Bus company retrenches more than 200 employees as fewer passengers and high cost of disinfecting buses hits its bottom line


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