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  • Flights

DRC CAA flyCAA selects Johannesburg as first international destination

Since 2019, flyCAA has been strengthening its fleet at an average rate of two new aircraft every year. The Congolese private carrier now owns medium and long-haul Airbus aircraft. A fleet that it intends to use to build its international network.


  • Beyond Africa

AA WorldFlight Passenger traffic full recovery pushed back to 2025

ACI Europe has released a revised passenger traffic forecast for the European airport network, showing that passenger volumes in 2023 are set to fall -9% below pre-pandemic (2019) levels and that a full recovery has now been pushed back to 2025 – rather than 2024 as previously forecast (May 2022)1.

Olivier Jankovec, Director General… read more


  • Flights

SouthAfrica FlySafair SMBC Aviation Capital places two Boeing 737-800s with FlySafair

Since the closure of the South African carriers Comair and Mango, the domestic and regional offer remains to be filled. This is the challenge that the low-cost, all-Boeing operator FlySafair wants to take up, and it has accelerated its plan to increase the density of its fleet in 2022







  • Flights

Cameroon CamAir Co Camair-Co MA60 reintroduces the MA60 into its operations

Camair-Co has two MA60s. The two aircraft, along with a third assigned to the army, were purchased under a contract concluded in 2012 between the State of Cameroon and the Chinese manufacturer Avic International.


  • Accomodation

Business Travel And that’s a wrap: 5 ways that business travelers can prepare for 2023

As the new year approaches, the heavy-duty work of 2023 budgeting, strategizing and business planning behind us and 365 days of new opportunities laid out ahead, it’s important for business travelers to be prepared for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Here are 5 ways that business travelers can prepare for the new year.… read more


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