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The CEO, Asky Esayas WoldeMariam Hailu discusses Aviation in West Africa with the Publisher of Atqnews on a flight to Nairobi Kenya.
Asky has been around for 10 years or more. Is Asky a profitable airline?
Yes, Asky was established in the year 2010 and now it is 13 years young and Asky is a profitable airline. It is not only profitab… read more
The rebranded Uganda Airlines is opening up the African skies albeit gradually, while also expanding into the hitherto monopolised routes of major carriers. The revived East African carrier is steadily becoming a giant in African space with its tenacious expansion of routes in the last four years when it began operations.
The airlin… read more
Angola has waived tourist visa requirements for citizens from several countries in a bid to boost local tourism. According to Presidential Decree No. 189/23 (29 September 2023), the country has passed a resolution to allow travellers fr… read more
Emirates and United Airlines are expanding their codeshare partnership
to include nine destinations in Mexico. This marks the first time
Emirates has e… read more
VINCI Airports has finalised the financial arrangements for the concession agreement with the government of Cabo Verde, acquiring seven airports in the country.
The financing of €60 million, provided by three development banks, World Bank-IFC, Proparco (France), and DEG (Germany), is certified under the Sustainability-Linked Financi… read more
Cabo Verde Airlines wants to return to its pre-pandemic international network. At that time, Cabo Verde's public airline connected half a dozen cities in Europe and the Americas.
Expanding its network, West African carrier will relaunch routes in Africa and to Europe, North America and South America737-8 capabilities will enable airline to grow tourism across the archipelago of Cape Verde
Boeing and Cabo Verde Airlines today celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first fuel-efficient 737 MAX jet wit… read more
After four years of regular ad hoc partnerships, PONANT and Relais &
Châteaux are strengthening their ties. The three-master joins the large
family of Relais & Châteaux establishments as a new member. It is
the first sailing yacht in history to obtain the label and be included
in its catalogue of the finest travel addresses in th… read more
In the midst of restructuring, Cabo Verde Airlines (CVA) remains heavily dependent on financial support from the State. Its financial difficulties regularly cause delays in the payment of its service providers, as at Lisbon's Humberto Delgado international airport in Portugal.
The performance of Cape Verde's airports continues to recover. This year, the West African archipelago could be closer to its pre-pandemic traffic volumes, as the figures for April show.