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This information was made public on Monday 20 November 2023 by Abderrahmane Berthé, Secretary General of AFRAA, on the second day of the 55th General Assembly of African Airlines, which is being held in Kampala and ends this Tuesday.
To get the company up and running, the promoters of Kangala Air Express have entrusted the reins to a former ASKY Airlines executive.
The National Railways of Zimbabwe has cleared a huge debt running into billions of United States Dollars owed to its pension fund, which accrued over many years. NRZ Public Affairs and Stakeholder Relations Manager Mr Andrew Kunambura said the company had paid off all outstanding arrears due to the NRZ Contributory Pension Fund.… read more
The aircraft, leased from ACMI, is due to arrive in Kinshasa on Monday 20 November 2023 from Poland. It should enable the company to resume flights after more than two months of stoppage.
Africa's aviation industry is facing a major problem that is having a serious impact on its operations and regional connectivity: stranded airline funds. At September's count, an alarming $1.68 billion in airline revenues remained blocked across the continent, out of a global total of $2.36 billion.
Part 2 of the interview with the CEO ASKY Esayas WoldeMariam Hailu
In aviation, you are seen as one of the Nigerian specialists. How do you describe the Nigerian aviation environment in your own view as an observer?
It is a very big aviation market by the share, by the mobility, the people are very much travellers in Nigeria. In Nige… read more
Durban Tourism Authority has marked the start of the 2023/24 cruise season in Kwa-Zulu Natal with the arrival of Nicko Cruises’ ship Vasgo de Gamma, the first of an anticipated 70 cruise ship calls for the season.
The South African cruise season runs from November to March annually, and although Cape Town is the primary cruise port … read more
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