SA pax now require visa for Tunisia

From December 1, South African passport holders will require a visa to enter Tunisia. Visas can be obtained from the Embassy of Tunisia in Pretoria. The embassy is open from Monday to Friday, from 09h30 to 12h00 for submissions, and 12h30 to 14h30 for collection....

Uber introduces helicopter service in NYC

Uber has introduced Uber Copter, a helicopter service between John F. Kennedy International Airport and lower Manhattan. It will be open to all users with an Uber account. Costs for the service range from US$200 (R2 968) to $225 (R3 339) for an eight-minute one-way...

Beijing Daxing airport is now open

The Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) opened on 30 September 2019. The airport, located 46km from Tiananmen Square, will have four runways, 79 airport stands and a terminal building covering an area of 700 000 sqm, with an additional three runways to be...

Turkish Airlines launches SA call centre

Turkish Airlines has launched a new 24-hour call centre for South Africa. The call centre can be contacted on 0860 666 828. Customers will be able to contact the centre 24 hours a day for queries related to bookings and Miles&Smiles accounts, among others....

SA Tourism undertakes sales training in Qatar

South African Tourism (SA Tourism) met with industry players in Qatar last week as part of its strategy to promote South Africa as a destination to Qatari citizens and residents. In collaboration with Qatar Airways and Brand South Africa, over 50 frontline sales staff...