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  • Flights

Ethiopian Ethiopian lines up new North American routes

Ethiopian Airlines is evaluating the launch of a new route to the US from West Africa, according to the Star Alliance member’s CEO.

Speaking to Aviation Week Network in an exclusive sit-down interview in Vienna, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam said the carrier intend… read more

  • Flights

Togo ASKY ASKY takes delivery of 10th aircraft, increases Abuja flights to daily

ASKY Airlines, the pan African carrier said it would take delivery of its 10th aircraft on October 1, 2021.

The airline in a statement also said that it would on the same date restructures its flight schedule with increased frequencies to most of its current markets, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja with a daily … read more

  • Flights

Gabon Afrijet Afrijet adds Malabo to its Central African network

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

  • Flights

Togo ASKY Asky resumes flights to Malabo

Pan-African Airline, ASKY has announced the resumption of flights to Malabo, Equatorial Guinea as from August 23, 2021.

Malabo will be connected to ASKY’s network from Lomé hub (Togo) to all other destinations once a week as instituted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea due to COVID restrictions. We will avail addit… read more

  • Flights

Togo ASKY Asky Airlines returns to Equatorial Guinea

Asky Airlines will re-establish its services to Malabo in Equatorial Guinea on 23 August. This is according to a recent press release from the airline.  For the resumption, the Togolese carrier will serve Malabo, initially, once a week on Mondays. The pan-African airline plans to increase the number of frequencies as the restr… read more

  • Flights

Nigeria Air Peace Despite B737 Max Aircraft crashes, Air Peace will maintain orders

Mr. Allen Onyema, Chairman of Air Peace, in this interview with OLUSEGUN KOIKI, speaks on the B737 Max aircraft the airline ordered for, the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation industry, and the 18 Left runway of the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos, among others. Excerpts:

Few years ago, you made some orders for aircraft and, j… read more

  • Miscellaneous

AA WorldFlight Ethiopian Airlines 787 exorcised by voodoo priest on Togo layover

An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner was given an exorcism by Voodoo priests after it was struck by lightning. The plane was reportedly hit by lightning just before touching down at Lomé-Tokoin International Airport in Togo on June 20th.

Voodoo priests were called in to “conduct a purification ceremony” to exorcise the plan… read more

  • Flights

Senegal Air Senegal Air Senegal to fly to Freetown (Sierra Leone) from next August

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

  • Destinations

Morocco Flights to and from Morocco to resume from June 15

The Moroccan authorities have decided to resume flights to and from the Kingdom as of Tuesday, June 15, 2021, announced on Sunday the ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, adding that these flights will take place under exceptional authorizations given that Moroccan airspace is still closed.

"Based o… read more

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