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TAP Air Portugal’s long-haul network spans 26 routes from Lisbon and Porto in January, and virtually every flight is now by an Airbus neo. However, TAP has one active passenger A330-200, and JFK will welcome it – although it has also substituted the A330neo to Luanda.
This month TAP Air Portugal serves some 23 destinations ov… read more
Afrijet is now positioned as one of the most efficient companies in Central Africa. By joining forces with La Compagnie, the Gabonese carrier intends to democratise business flights to Europe.
The private company Afrijet is going international. From 16 December, the Gabonese carrier will inaugurate a new rotation between Librevil… read more
Afrijet will eventually operate fleet of four ATR 72-600 aircraft for its regular service CEMAC region airline intends to grow network and increase frequency
ATR finalises the sale of three ATR 72-600 aircraft to Central African airline Afrijet who will use the aircraft to replace part of its ATR 72-500 fleet. From the second… read more
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently released its World Economic Outlook Database for October 2021 that features the organisation’s projected gross domestic product (GDP) growth for countries across the world. Here is how African economies are expected to perform over the coming two years, ranked according to anticipated growth in 2022… read more
In the next few years, Turkey and Angola want to see their bilateral trade reach an annual volume of 500 million dollars, compared to the current 176 million. Both countries see their national airlines as effective levers for achieving this goal.
From 27 October, Turkish Airlines will open a direct route between Istanbul in Turke… read more
Afrijet resumed its regional flights last February. Since then, the Gabonese carrier has been working to densify its offer in Central Africa, its favourite market where it is now one of the most dynamic operators.
Afrijet continues to expand its network. The private Gabonese company has announced the opening of a ne… read more
Today, Air Peace is the leading local carrier in Nigeria, both in terms of number of aircraft and cities served. Supported by the renewal of its fleet, the private company continues to grow its African and international network.
"Soon in the sky of Douala (Cameroon)". With this teaser, Air Peace has announced the imminent … read more
The Covid-19 crisis has led to the introduction of new taxes and the increase of existing ones in some countries, such as Gabon. According to AFRAA, there are no less than 200 airport taxes and aeronautical charges in Africa. Their proliferation adds a further burden to an operating environment already suffocated by harmful protectionism.… read more
Providing Libreville with a second international airport is the commitment made by Gabonese President Ali Bongo in Dakar, Senegal, during the inauguration of the Blaise Diagne International Airport on 7 December 2017.
The project, entrusted to the Singaporeans, has just taken a new step following the technical consultations initiated with ASECNA.
Far from having given up its ambitions at the heart of the pandemic, Air Senegal is working assiduously to rebuild and densify its pre-crisis network. Better still, the Senegalese flag is conquering new markets.
Air Senegal is extending its network. The national airline of Senegal has announced the opening of a new … read more