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ASKY starts full week flight from Liberia

Pan - African Airlines, ASKY has announced an expansion to its Monrovia route with an increased capacity of seven days a week.

The expansion by the Togolese - based airline increases flights between Monrovia, Abuja, Bamako, Conakry, and Ndjamena daily, while Accra is now having double daily flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, a… read more

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A320 Aircraft: Right Equipment For Nigerian Market – Stakeholders

Players in the Nigerian aviation industry have said that the recent acquisition of Airbus 320 aircraft by Aero Contractors shows that Nigerian airlines are deploying right equipment for operations. OLUSEGUN KOIKI writes. Not all aircraft can fly on a particular route. Aircraft limitations are taken into consideration when airlines deploy … read more

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NG Eagle: Pilots & engineers warn National Assembly

The National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE), has issued a stern warning to the National Assembly, especially the House Committee on Aviation to steer clear of activities at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), saying that its recent comment is tantamount to political interference on safety issues.

NAAP… read more

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IATA commits airlines to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050

“The world’s airlines have taken a momentous decision to ensure that flying is sustainable. The post-COVID-19 re-connect will be on a clear path towards net zero. That will ensure the freedom of future generations to sustainably explore, learn, trade, build markets, appreciate cultures and connect with people the world over. With the collective … read more

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Historic moments as Uganda Airlines heads out of Africa

The national carrier ceased operations in 2001 but in 2018 the government announced plans to invest in aviation for the benefit of the country. With support from local banks and the president orders were placed for two new Airbus A330neos and four Bombardier CRJs regional operations.
Although the aircraft have been delivered, the Covid eff… read more

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Edelweiss Makes Maiden Flight to Tanzania

Switzerland's leading leisure airline, Edelweiss has on Saturday October 9 launched direct flights to Tanzania landing at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA).

The plane arrived at KIA at 7:40 am, with 270 passengers on board, with 160 passengers disembarked and 110 heading to Zanzibar.

The aircraft was received … read more

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LAM returns to Harare after an absence of over 3 years

To date, there are no regular flights between Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The two southern African countries share a large border.

LAM - Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique should fly to Zimbabwe again. According to the schedule available in the sales systems (GDS), the Mozambican national airline plans to resume regular flights to Harare … read more

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Ethiopian partners with AccessRail to provide intermodal transportation

Ethiopian Airlines has signed Codeshare and Interline Agreement with AccessRail to widen connectivity options for its passengers destined to Western Europe, United Kingdom, Scandinavian, Japan and Canada. The agreement avails AccesRails’ wide rail destinations to passengers of Ethiopian Airlines through seamless connectivity with all jour… read more

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Ethiopia: A country of amazing transformation, festivals, tourism sites

The country is unique in many ways: it has 13 calendar months; has the best coffee in the world, colourful religious festivals and tourism sites, biggest airline in Africa. Besides, the first human fossils were discovered in that country.

Ethiopia may not boast of having natural resources like oil, gold or platinum, but the country has age… read more

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