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13 June 2016, 06:20am
Chaos reigns as Gatwick closes runway
Chaos reigns as Gatwick closes runway

Airline passengers face disruption in London, Paris and Stockholm.

9 June 2016, 05:55am
Travelling to Zim? Take loads of cash
Travelling to Zim? Take loads of cash

Zimbabwe, which has not had its own currency since 2009, has been hit by the shortage of its main circulation currency - the US dollar since March.

8 June 2016, 05:48am
Mango mulls additional flights to Zanzibar
Mango mulls additional flights to Zanzibar

Low-cost airline Mango says it is considering adding more direct flights between Johannesburg and Zanzibar during peak periods.

8 June 2016, 05:48am
Stranded tourists’ 80km bus trek
Stranded tourists’ 80km bus trek

After sitting for hours in a broken down plane when their flight was cancelled, passengers were forced to board a bus and travel 80km to a hotel.

7 June 2016, 10:23am
Cruising into 2017 with Uniworld
Cruising into 2017 with Uniworld

From new ships to themed cruises, Uniworld has a range of exciting updates and changes that come into effect next year.

6 June 2016, 04:57am
Malaysia Airlines passengers describe ‘chaotic moment’
Malaysia Airlines passengers describe ‘chaotic moment’

Passengers started screaming and a food trolley and other items seemed to be floating in the air.

3 June 2016, 2:00pm
Floating bookshop to dock in Mother City
Floating bookshop to dock in Mother City

The world's largest floating bookshop, MV Logos Hope, is set to dock in Cape Town later this month.

3 June 2016, 12:25pm
Flying still the safest way to travel?
Flying still the safest way to travel?

The recent Brussels airport attack is still a 'grim reminder that terrorists do not care who they victimise'.

3 June 2016, 10:15am
The world’s biggest plane, but less room
The world’s biggest plane, but less room

Airbus has revealed a new cabin layout that can shoehorn 11 people into one row in the world's biggest passenger plane.