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Long-Term Parking Tariffs at Airports Slashed for Holiday Season

Aircraft over Cape Town International Airport

Johannesburg, 12 December 2019 – Parking tariffs for stays of seven days and longer at South Africa’s four largest airports have been slashed for the peak holiday season from 13 December to 13 January. The reduced tariffs will apply at ...

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Air Seychelles Starts Flights to Durban

The Province of KwaZulu-Natal welcomed the inaugural flight of Air Seychelles to Durban’s King Shaka International Airport on Thursday 30 March. Air Seychelles will be flying a twice-weekly non-stop service on Thursdays and Saturdays, connecting Durban and the Seychelles’ capital ...

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New Airlines Flying To Durban

As an influx of international airlines announced this year that they will launch flights to Durban, tourism to the East Coast of South Africa is set to be uplifted ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Ethiopian Airlines, the flag carrier ...

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Art at King Shaka honours Field Rangers fighting for Rhino

“Isibindi” whose Zulu name means “courage,” was unveiled at King Shaka International Airport on the 22nd of November and forms part of the Wildlands’ Rhino Parade campaign, an innovative fundraising campaign based on the internationally renowned Cow Parade concept. The initiative ...

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