South African Frequent Fliers News Business Travelers Curated Website Launched

Airport.co.za is the latest source of international business, health, current affairs, and travel news for frequent fliers and travellers in South Africa. The new website offers curated news from local and global syndicated news sources and high-value travel deals.

Cape Town, South Africa - October 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Airport.co.za announced its launch as a curated news website for South African frequent fliers & business travellers. The portal features syndicated news articles from all leading global networks with special focus on South Africa.

For more information visit https://airport.co.za

The South African traveller’s news site showcases current and relevant articles from global and local news agencies. Airport.co.za is tailored to the needs of domestic and international travellers, featuring airline and airport news from around the world on a single page.

Airport.co.za is optimized for mobile, tablet, and desktop devices, delivering current news, travel deals, sports, and other news that is available on-demand anywhere in the world.

Travellers can access in-depth coverage of international events in the World News section. The business news section features financial & economic coverage focused on South Africa and Africa. New sections include general news, science & technology, and health. Users are reminded of news stores they may have missed on their previous visit.

Business travellers can book domestic and international flights through Airport.co.za. The site features cheap flights from Johannesburg and other major South African cities. The site also supports hotel comparisons and reservations through a global travel network. Users can find the cheapest flights and hotel deals without working through a 3rd party travel agency.

The Airport.co.za sends out a monthly newsletter that features value and luxury travel deals all year round.

According to a spokesperson for the South Africa traveller news portal, “We are delighted to announce the launch of Airport.co.za as a source of current and highly relevant news for travellers and frequent fliers. We offer affordable, value-added travel & hospitality deals anywhere in the world powered by a global network.”

Airport.co.za is a syndicated news portal and travel booking website supporting global travellers with a focus on South Africa.

More information about syndicated news for frequent fliers is available at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mashcor Online (PTY)Ltd
Email: Send Email
Organization: Mashcor Online (PTY)Ltd
Address: Dock Road Junction, Corner of Stanley and Dock Road Waterfront, Cape Town, Western Cape 8001, South Africa
Phone: +27-80-099-8669
Website: https://airport.co.za

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88928649

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