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Togo ASKY ASKY returns to Equatorial Guinea after a 2-month break

The President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, signed a decree on 21 January 2022, easing restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic. In the wake of this, the Central African country reopened its skies, but under certain conditions.

This Thursday, February 3, 2022, ASKY will reopen its Lomé - Malabo route. For the re… read more

  • Flights

Togo ASKY Asky resumes flights to Malabo

ASKY, The Pan-African Airline has announced the resumption of flights to Malabo – Equatorial Guinea effective February 03rd, 2022, following the re-opening of its air space to international flights twice a week.  Malabo is now connected to ASKY’s entire network and other destinations to the USA from Lom -TOGO

  • Flights

AA WorldFlight 21 Routes and 8 Airlines: US to Africa’s flights explored

Some 21 routes will operate from the US to Africa between January 3rd and March 26th, the end of the aviation winter season, including non-stop and one-stop services. As we see, Delta has more flights than any of the other seven operators.

The US to Africa the rest of this winter

Of the 21 routes, four are one-stops. Ethiopread more

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AA WorldFlight Science and strategy key to reconnecting Africa

Addressing the 33rd Plenary Session of the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) in Kigali, ICAO Council President Salvatore Sciacchitano reviewed the means by which the continent’s air transport sector could recovery through the adoption of scientifically informed and strategically aligned aviation and border policy.

The openin… read more

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Zambia Airways Ethiopian helps launching Zambia Airways

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest aviation group in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has finalized preparations for the launch of Zambia’s National Carrier in a joint venture with Industrial Development Corporation Limited (IDC). Ethiopian has a 45 percent stake in the joint venture while Industrial Development Corporation Limited (IDC) reta… read more

  • Cruise

Cruise Crystal Cruises Crystal Cruises shows off new submarine ahead of Cape Town cruise

Crystal Cruises has debuted the submersible aboard its new explorer cruise ship Crystal Endeavour ahead of her upcoming South African cruise. Crystal Endeavour is one of the most luxurious expedition cruise ships in the world, and carries her own submersible for independent exploration.

The submersible aboard the new Crystal Endeavo… read more

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Ghana Passion Air PassionAir opens 2 new domestic routes to Wa and Ho

In Ghana, the domestic air transport market is dominated by Africa World Airlines (AWA). But just behind it, PassionAir is gradually gaining market share by positioning itself as the airline for the country's under-served regions.

Early next month, PassionAir will open two new domestic routes. In an announcement made on Mo… read more

  • Miscellaneous

AA Travenews Will France derail West Africa’s common currency?

An unprecedented Africa-France summit took place at the beginning of October in Montpellier, France.

For the first time since these summits began in 1973, no African heads of state were invited. Instead, French President  Emmanuel Macron  held discussions with students, entrepreneurs, artists, and athletes.

The purpose of t… read more

  • Flights

Ethiopian Inside Ethiopian Airlines’ plan to dominate African skies

Ethiopian Airlines is establishing its presence in more than six African countries through a management role or strategic partnership with the local carriers, making it a dominant player in the continent. The move is set to give East African carriers such as Kenya Airways (KQ) a run for their money.

KQ will particularly feel the pin… read more

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