South African Airways has announced a number of additional flights on its Mumbai and Nairobi routes and has also upped capacity on its popular summer holiday routes.
SA Express airline has just been awarded air traffic rights to launch scheduled services between Durban and Harare.
The recently released TBCSA FNB Tourism Business Index showed difficult trading conditions for tourism businesses in the 2nd quarter of 2012, but an improved outlook in the next quarter.
Johannesburg’s reputation as a premier destination for international conferences and exhibitions receives a major boost next year, when the city hosts 3 global summits.
The Johannesburg Tourism Company is being incorporated into the City of Johannesburg’s metropolitan municipality as part of the city’s Growth and Development Strategy, known as ‘Joburg 2040’.
Tourist arrivals to South Africa grew by 10.5% in the 1st quarter of 2012, with overseas arrivals growing by 17.8%. Strong growth was recorded across all regions.
Western Cape tourism stakeholders and South African Airways recently gathered to discuss how they could cooperate to bring more travellers to the province.
South African Airways has announced it will be introducing a 6th weekly flight on its Johannesburg/Mumbai route on 21 August 2012.
Top speakers will address the 2012 Southern African Association for the Conference Industry congress, being held at the Indaba Hotel in Fourways from 29-31 July 2012.
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