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Zambia Airways started commercial operations in December 2021. One year later, the joint venture between the Zambian government and Ethiopian Airlines is set to conquer the regional market with the aim of connecting all SADC countries.
Air Peace has recorded the fastest growth by fleet when compared to its African rivals in the continent’s aviation market, Prime Business Africa’s finding has shown.
In Africa’s aviation market, there are several African heavyweight air transports; such as Air Peace, Ethiopian Airlines, Egyptair, Royal Air Maroc and Air Algérie comp… read more
West Africa’s biggest carrier, Air Peace has attained another milestone, as it begins its first direct flight from Nigeria to the State of Israel on April 20, 2023. This is a great feat for the airline and a huge relief to Nigerians and Israelis who have to travel for 27 hours from Nigeria to Israel via other nations but direct fli… read more
In 2022, Ethiopian Airlines' fleet expanded at an average rate of one new aircraft per month. The trend is expected to continue this year, with almost 30 aircraft in its order book awaiting delivery.
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline in Africa, is pleased to announce that it will resume its services to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as of 25 March 2023. T
he flight will be operated four times a week with the ultramodern B787 Dreamliner as per the below schedule.
Regarding the flight resumption, Ethiopian Airlines Grou… read more
Africa has not been historically synonymous with air travel. Although it’s the largest continent by size and population, home to 12% of the world’s people, it hosts just 1% of the planet’s air traffic. That’s down to a number of factors, but inadequate infrastructure, airline insolvency, and lack of demand among African citizens ar… read more
Zambia Airways started commercial operations in December 2021 as a 55/45 joint venture between the Zambian government and Ethiopian Airlines. With the imminent introduction of its first jet, a Boeing 737, the carrier is gradually unveiling its regional ambitions.
Ethiopian Airlines is restoring flights to Karachi, Pakistan, this May after an absence of almost 20 years.
The Star Alliance member will begin service from its hub at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD) to Karachi’s Jinnah International Airport (KHI) on May 1, flying four t… read more
Air Namibia, the defunct Namibian state-owned airline, was liquidated on 26 February 2021, due to its inability to pay its debts, and the refusal of the Namibian state to inject new public funds. Two years later, Windhoek is again considering setting up a national flag carrier.
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest network operating carrier in Africa, announces the resumption of its direct flights between Abidjan and New York John F. Kennedy Airport as of 29 May 2023. Ethiopian first started serving New York from its main hub Addis Ababa via Abidjan in June 2019. However, the route was suspended in March 2020 d… read more