SA urged to plan for resumption of international air travel to revive ruined leisure industry

By Botho Molosankwe Time of article published19m ago

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Johannesburg – South Africa has been urged to start planning for the safe resumption of international air travel to help repair its decimated business and leisure tourism industry.

The call was made by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) at the South Africa’s National Aviation Conference where it was stated that careful planning and other promotional travel incentives would go a long way towards rebuilding the air travel and tourism industry.

A South Africa Tourism Survey in December stated that 58% of tourism and hospitality businesses were unable to service their debts, and 61% were unable to cover fixed costs.

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