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One of the globe’s leading tourism market place, Internationale Tourismus-Börse (ITB Berlin) will be making a return to live (person-to-person) event since 2019 when it last held the event in the marquee Messe Berlin Arena.
Scheduled to take place from March 7-9, 2023 in Messe Berlin in the Charlottenburg province, this year’s event has Ge… read more
Ibom Air, which launched its maiden flight in June 2019, is rated as one of the most successful airlines in Nigeria. Ibom Air, a commercial airline owned by the Akwa Ibom State Government, is set to begin regional flights to seven African countries in April.
The group Manager, Marketing and Communication for Ibom Air, … read more
Afrijet has served São Tomé regularly for the past six years. However, in the first quarter of the year, the private Gabonese company, which is IOSA certified, left this market due to the deterioration of the business climate.
Since 1 December 2022, Afrijet has re-launched its route between Libreville and São Tomé… read more
All member airlines of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) are required to undergo a periodic IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) to ensure that they remain compliant with international standards. A challenging exercise that Camair-Co has once again undergone.
Camair-Co's operations remain in … read more
Intra-African air travel under the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM), an initiative of the African Union to create a unified air transport market in Africa, is edging closer to reality, after 17 countries committed to a pilot programme.
At a meeting in Dakar on November 14, the ministers of transport and aviation from Cabo… read more
Ibom Air is boosting its capacity ahead of the peak season. The Akwa State-based carrier took delivery of two Airbus A320-200 aircraft on November 17 and 20.
The two aircraft (MSN 2584, 4273) were acquired under a one-year ACMI contract with Getjet Airlines, a Lithuanian aircraft leasing and charter company. They are owned… read more
Since 2017, the Tunisian and Cameroonian authorities have been planning to open a direct air link between their two countries. It was supposed to be launched in 2018, by Tunisair, like other routes. But in the meantime the Tunisian national airline has revised its growth ambitions downwards.
After the failure of 2018, and vague announce… read more
A private Gabonese company founded in 2005 in Libreville, Afrijet became the leading airline in the CEMAC zone in 2019. A historical charter player, the company has developed a regional scheduled air transport network since October 2016.
Afrijet is now a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The organisation anno… read more
Ibom Air started commercial operations on 7 June 2021. Based in Uyo in south-eastern Nigeria, it serves half a dozen domestic routes. After 3 years of operations, it is now eyeing the regional market.
Ibom Air is boosting its capacity in anticipation of the increase in traffic expected from next month. The Akwa State-based … read more
Air Senegal has taken a new turn since the arrival of the Director General, Alioune Badara Fall, last July. In contrast to the strong expansion it has experienced in recent years, the new management has opted to optimise the network, focusing on profitable and high value-added routes.
As of 31 October 2022, Air S… read more