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    Back to the future for Eskom as it seeks to plug 1.3bn ton coal hole

    State-owned electricity producer Eskom is going back to the future as it seeks to close an estimated 1.3-billion ton coal shortfall that it calculates will arise over the remaining life of its coal-fired power station fleet. The shortfall calculation t…

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    Back to the future for Eskom as it seeks to plug 1.3bn ton coal hole

    State-owned electricity producer Eskom is going back to the future as it seeks to close an estimated 1.3-billion ton coal shortfall that it calculates will arise over the remaining life of its coal-fired power station fleet. The shortfall calculation t…

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    ATNS launches 3D mobile simulator

    Transport Minister Dr Blade Nzimande on Thursday unveiled Air Traffic and Navigation Services’ (ATNS’) new three-dimensional (3D) mobile simulator during the commemoration of the annual International Civil Aviation Day, in Mbombela, Mpumalanga.

    ATNS chairperson Simphiwe Thobela said the 3D mobile simulator is intended to bring the interior of an air traffic services tower and the airport environment into display.

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    ATNS launches 3D mobile simulator

    Transport Minister Dr Blade Nzimande on Thursday unveiled Air Traffic and Navigation Services’ (ATNS’) new three-dimensional (3D) mobile simulator during the commemoration of the annual International Civil Aviation Day, in Mbombela, Mpumalanga.

    ATNS chairperson Simphiwe Thobela said the 3D mobile simulator is intended to bring the interior of an air traffic services tower and the airport environment into display.

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    Iata launches turbulence data sharing platform

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has launched its Turbulence Aware data resource, which aims to assist airlines avoid turbulence, by augmenting the airlines’ ability to pre-empt turbulence by pooling and sharing real-time data, Iata meteorological programme head Katya Vashchankova told Iata Media Day attendees on Wednesday. She explained that turbulence was the leading cause of nonfatal accidents and injuries to cabin crew and passengers and that it cost airlines millions of dollars a year owing to in-flight diversions as a result of injury, damaged aircraft interiors and excessive fuel burn.

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    Iata launches turbulence data sharing platform

    The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has launched its Turbulence Aware data resource, which aims to assist airlines avoid turbulence, by augmenting the airlines’ ability to pre-empt turbulence by pooling and sharing real-time data, Iata meteorological programme head Katya Vashchankova told Iata Media Day attendees on Wednesday. She explained that turbulence was the leading cause of nonfatal accidents and injuries to cabin crew and passengers and that it cost airlines millions of dollars a year owing to in-flight diversions as a result of injury, damaged aircraft interiors and excessive fuel burn.

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    OR Tambo International geared up for 4m passengers

    In a statement issued on Wednesday, OR Tambo International Airport said that it has geared up to help an anticipated four-million passengers get their holiday travels under way “stress-free and in the smoothest way possible”. Airport GM Bongiwe Pityi-Vokwana says the airport community is fully prepared for the busiest time of the year.

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    OR Tambo International geared up for 4m passengers

    In a statement issued on Wednesday, OR Tambo International Airport said that it has geared up to help an anticipated four-million passengers get their holiday travels under way “stress-free and in the smoothest way possible”. Airport GM Bongiwe Pityi-Vokwana says the airport community is fully prepared for the busiest time of the year.

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    Airline industry growth expected to continue into 2019

    Despite protectionist policies, a lack of infrastructure and a dearth of skilled workers that are challenging the airline industry, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) expects the industry will grow further in 2019. The industry has “been in the black since 2010” and is expected to generate a net profit of $35.5-billion in 2019, a marginal improvement on the $32.3-billion expected for this year, Iata DG and CEO Alexandre de Juniac told journalists at the fifteenth yearly Iata Media Day, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.

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    Airline industry growth expected to continue into 2019

    Despite protectionist policies, a lack of infrastructure and a dearth of skilled workers that are challenging the airline industry, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) expects the industry will grow further in 2019. The industry has “been in the black since 2010” and is expected to generate a net profit of $35.5-billion in 2019, a marginal improvement on the $32.3-billion expected for this year, Iata DG and CEO Alexandre de Juniac told journalists at the fifteenth yearly Iata Media Day, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.

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