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From Morocco to Mauritius, African countries are creating special economic zones to accelerate and diversify economic growth.
According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) 2021 report, there are over 200 special economic zones (SEZ) spread across 38 African countries. In addition, “at least 56 zones are under… read more
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Niger, Rwanda and South Sudan, along with the island nations of Seychelles and Mauritius, are set to be sub-Saharan Africa’s fastest growing economies this year, with each expected to record GDP growth of 6% or higher, according to the latest International Monetary Fund (IMF) projections.
Looking ahe… read more
The Nigeria Air project has generated more polemics than any other government policies in the Nigerian aviation industry. Stakeholders in unison say the airline is doomed to fail before it begins.
The plan by the Federal Government to birth a new national carrier for Nigeria before the end of the year has generated more contro… read more
After being battered by Covid-19, African airlines are re-modelling operations to increase connectivity, traffic volumes and profitability.
The launch of a portal to share route traffic data, including on underserved markets, connections and partnership opportunities, is the latest attempt by African airlines to shore up air travel numbers… read more
Founder and Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema has challenged foreign airlines complaining of blocked or trapped funds in Nigeria to reduce their frequencies stressing that these airlines know the situation, yet to keep Nigerian airlines down, keep requesting increased frequencies in a bid to strangle them.
He also decried how in certai… read more
SEIFSA understand all too well the consequences of industrial action in the context of wage bargaining. A four-week strike in 2014 followed by a three-week strike last year left many an employer on the brink of contemplating closure.
Arguing that the right to strike is enshrined in our constitution and strike action is a functioning mechan… read more
Nigerian air travellers are going through a hard time travelling out of the country with hyper-inflated airfares from foreign airlines, which have skyrocketed to N2 million and N5 million on economy seats. OLUSEGUN KOIKI writes.
Events in the Nigerian aviation industry have been engulfed in crisis since the first quarter of 2022 at a time … read more
Mr. Bankole Bernard, the Group Managing Director, Finchglow Holdings in this interview with OLUSEGUN KOIKI, speaks on the foreign airlines’ trapped fund, challenges confronting the Nigerian airlines on international routes and the looming shortage of technical personnel in the Nigerian aviation industry. Excerpts:
What is your say about th… read more
By Conrad Onyango, bird Story Agency
With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Africa’s tourism sector has started showing signs of a recovery as international arrivals begin to grow, airlines relaunch and offer new routes and increased frequencies, and international hotel chains open their doors again.
News that French hospitality g… read more
As African countries attained their independence in the 1950s and 1960s, a common joke was that the three symbols of their newfound sovereignty were a national anthem, a national flag, and a national airline.
Indeed, the following decades saw the rise and fall of numerous national and multi-national airlines throughout the continent, almos… read more