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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
Rwanda has slowly reformed its visa system to be more open to visitors and businesspeople, aiming to promote international relations, cooperation, and economic growth, particularly through tourism, according to government officials. The latest changes, which include visa waivers for citizens of more than 100 countries over a specif… read more
Prof. Obiora Okonkwo, the Chairman, United Nigeria Airlines (UNA) in this interview with OLUSEGUN KOIKI, speaks about the minimum six aircraft policy of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), delays and cancellations and the plan of the airline to commence regional and international operations. Excerpts:
Sir, what is your opin… read more
Cooperation, collaboration, and commitment of stakeholders, including Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO), African Airlines Association (AFRAA), International Air Transport Association (IATA), International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) has made free routing flights a reali… read more
British Airways says its new route to the Gatwick Airport is not a strategy to eventually move flights from Ghana away from the Heathrow Airport, but it is to offer passengers more choices.
"I have given my promise that we are not calling off the Heathrow airport," Neil Chernoff, Director of Networks and Alliances, Bri… read more
South African Airways (SAA) has relaunched service to Sao
Paulo—marking the only intercontinental destination to which the airline
The carrier commenced flights between Cape Town
International Airport (CPT) and Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport (GRU) on
Oct. 31. It will operate the route 2X-weekly. … 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
Africa World Airlines marked a significant milestone on October 31, 2023, when Mr. Rodney Olusola Adewole became their 4 millionth passenger since the airline’s establishment in September 2012.
Mr. Adewole, who had checked in at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, received a warm welcome at Kotoka International A… read more
British Airways serves more than 65 countries worldwide, including seven in Africa, among them Ghana. Constantly seeking to adapt to market needs, the British national airline has just opened a second route to Accra, this time departing from Gatwick.
Last March, TAAG Angola Airlines suspended several routes, including the Luanda - Accra route, which had been opened three months earlier. Since then, the company's management has been working on a recovery plan, while monitoring the evolution of demand and related macroeconomic indicators.