Durban is a historically stable economy and known as the sleepy third big city of South Africa, but that may change; new supply came in at the end of 2016. Protea Hotel by Marriott® Durban uMhlanga underwent a two-year expansion and a massive development called “Oceans Umhlanga” is on its way, which will include a 207-room Radisson Blu Hotel and a shopping mall. The Hilton Durban just finished their extensive renovations in May this year and a new settlement is under development just outside of Durban called Cornubia, which will change the skyline between Umhlanga and King Shaka Airport over the next 15 years. King Shaka International Airport is expected to become the city centre of Durban and expected to grow from 7.5 Million passengers to 45 Million passengers over the next 40 years.South African Airways announced a new code-share route with Air Seychelles between Seychelles and Durban offering direct flights between Durban and the Seychelles since the end of March this year. Furthermore, Durban's network was boosted by four new airlines; Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Proflight Zambia.