South Africa’s oldest private airline Comair will stop operations permanently after lawyers on Thursday filed an application to liquidate the company.
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South Africa’s civil aviation regulator grounded Comair’s planes indefinitely on Sunday over unresolved safety issues.
Promoted | Comair CIO Avsharn Bachoo reflects on the launch of kulula.com’s new app.
British Airways has been fined £20-million by the UK data protection watchdog over a breach that compromised the personal and financial details of more than 400 000 customers.
As Covid-19 has frozen the international travel on which they once thrived, double-decker, four-engine planes like the Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 are more likely to be found in storage than soaring through the skies.
Data breaches continued to be a major issue for the public in 2018 with a series of serious cases ranging from retailers to social networks, resulting in millions of personal records being compromised.
British Airways is investigating the theft of data including personal and credit card details from customers who used its website and mobile app to make reservations.
Aren’t you glad you didn’t fly with British Airways this past week? If you had a flight last year August with Delta, you’d also have been stranded, and ditto if you flew American Airlines somewhere in 2015. Twice that for Southwest
British Airways said many of its computer systems are running again as the carrier pushed to recover from a massive technology failure that disrupted hundreds of flights and stranded thousands of passengers worldwide over the past two days
British Airways has become the first airline in Europe to allow its customers to switch on their mobile phones and other handheld electronic devices after landing, rather than only once the aircraft has come to a complete stop and its doors have been opened. Once the aircraft has cleared the runway