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    Gautrain rolling stock fleet completes 40-million kilometres in service

    Bombardier Transportation says the Gautrain commuter fleet has successfully completed 40-million kilometres in service since operations began in 2010. 

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    Gautrain rolling stock fleet completes 40-million kilometres in service

    Bombardier Transportation says the Gautrain commuter fleet has successfully completed 40-million kilometres in service since operations began in 2010. 

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    Global airline body welcomes US decision on Covid-19 testing

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has welcomed the decision by US authorities that all those travelling to the US will have to have proof of a negative Covid-19 test result, from a test carried out within three days before their departure for the US. The new requirement was announced by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and will come into force on January 26. “Systematic pre-departure testing is key to giving governments confidence to reopen markets without quarantine,” affirmed Iata VP: Member and External Relations North America Douglas Lavin. “Testing will ensure that at current infection levels, aviation will not become a meaningful vector of new transmissions in the US. Furthermore, Iata traveler surveys show that passengers strongly support and are willing to undergo testing.”

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    Global airline body welcomes US decision on Covid-19 testing

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has welcomed the decision by US authorities that all those travelling to the US will have to have proof of a negative Covid-19 test result, from a test carried out within three days before their departure for the US. The new requirement was announced by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and will come into force on January 26. “Systematic pre-departure testing is key to giving governments confidence to reopen markets without quarantine,” affirmed Iata VP: Member and External Relations North America Douglas Lavin. “Testing will ensure that at current infection levels, aviation will not become a meaningful vector of new transmissions in the US. Furthermore, Iata traveler surveys show that passengers strongly support and are willing to undergo testing.”

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    Association pleads with Free State transport department for road repairs

    Agricultural association Free State Agriculture (FSA) has directed a letter to the Free State Department of Police, Roads and Transport requesting urgent actions to repair roads for critical access in the province.

    This comes as recent flooding in th…

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    Association pleads with Free State transport department for road repairs

    Agricultural association Free State Agriculture (FSA) has directed a letter to the Free State Department of Police, Roads and Transport requesting urgent actions to repair roads for critical access in the province.

    This comes as recent flooding in th…

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    Rolls-Royce inaugurates major new engine testbed

    UK-based global major industrial technology group Rolls-Royce has functionally inaugurated its new leading edge engine testbed by successfully completing the first engine run in it (the official opening will take place later). The engine used to inaugurate the testbed was a Trent XWB, which was developed to power Airbus’ A350 XWB family of widebody airliners. The new facility, designated Testbed 80, is located in Derby in England and took three years to construct, at a cost of £90-million. It has an internal area of 7 500 m2 (greater than that of an English Premier League football pitch) and is the largest and “smartest” indoor aerospace engine testbed in the world. 

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    Rolls-Royce inaugurates major new engine testbed

    UK-based global major industrial technology group Rolls-Royce has functionally inaugurated its new leading edge engine testbed by successfully completing the first engine run in it (the official opening will take place later). The engine used to inaugurate the testbed was a Trent XWB, which was developed to power Airbus’ A350 XWB family of widebody airliners. The new facility, designated Testbed 80, is located in Derby in England and took three years to construct, at a cost of £90-million. It has an internal area of 7 500 m2 (greater than that of an English Premier League football pitch) and is the largest and “smartest” indoor aerospace engine testbed in the world. 

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    Covid-19 outbreak causes suspension of flights to Skukuza Airport

    South African private-sector airline Airlink has announced that Skukuza Airport in the Kruger National Park has been closed and will remain closed until January 28. This was due to an outbreak of Covid-19 at the Lower Sabie Rest Camp. “In order to protect our customers, crews and personnel from exposure to the virus, we have decided to halt all operations at the Skukuza Airport until the 28th January 2021,” stated airline MD and CEO Rodger Foster. “We apologise to ticketholders for any inconvenience this might cause.”

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    Covid-19 outbreak causes suspension of flights to Skukuza Airport

    South African private-sector airline Airlink has announced that Skukuza Airport in the Kruger National Park has been closed and will remain closed until January 28. This was due to an outbreak of Covid-19 at the Lower Sabie Rest Camp. “In order to protect our customers, crews and personnel from exposure to the virus, we have decided to halt all operations at the Skukuza Airport until the 28th January 2021,” stated airline MD and CEO Rodger Foster. “We apologise to ticketholders for any inconvenience this might cause.”

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