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The airline said the announcement forms part of the framework to ease some measures and restrictions implemented to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Authorities continue to suspend all international flights until further notice.
The average cost of 1GB of data on the continent is 7.12 percent of average income, with some countries having rates as high as 20 percent
Taxing internet access / restricting social media access seen as counterproductive and repressiveAfrica’s internet duopolists MTN and Airtel challenged to improve reliability, speed and to substant… read more
The Roberts International Airport, Liberia may soon be opened to commercial flight operations as authorities at the airport brainstorms with stakeholders, both local and international to explore the possibility of its reopening.
The airport had been closed to flight operations to curb the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic following… read more
A 100% subsidiary of the German carrier Lufthansa since the end of 2016, the Belgian airline was struggling to make profits since it was founded on the ashes of defunct Sabena. Lufthansa, the leading airline group in Europe, already owned 45% of the shares of the Belgian company before 2016, with an option to buy the other 55%.
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Despite the challenges brought about by the coronavirus crisis, Ethiopian Airlines has not reached out for state aid. It has not laid off any workers and has not canceled any of its outstanding aircraft orders. Clearly, the African giant is doing something right. CEO Tewolde GebreMariam has provided some insight into how his airlin… read more
It’s often a difficult and notorious challenge, launching an airline in Africa. Limited opportunities are often crimped by regulations, while national champions are so dominant. The present Coronavirus pandemic further adds to the checklist of problems for a plucky entrant, as Transair, a domestic Senegalese airline can attest to.
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Based in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, the privately owned ERJ145 has a range of some four hours and is strategically positioned to serve increasing demand from customers requiring group passenger transportation or cargo lift within Western and sub-Saharan African regions. The cabin seats up to 50 passengers or holds up to four tonnes of cargo, mak… read more
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier from the Bosporus, has recently announced to start operations into another destination on the African continent.
Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea is the airlines' latest destination and flights will start into the West African metropole as of February 7th, 2020. These flights int… read more