The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Airline Industry Forecast 2013-2017 shows that international freight volumes are expected to grow 17% over the next five years.
Airbus Military has completed a second round of tests of its prototype C295 firefighting aircraft which will provide detailed data on the performance of its water dropping system.
Proflight Zambia has introduced a new ground and cabin crew uniform that reinforces the airline's flair for staying at the forefront of customer service.
South African Airways (SAA) will provide air transport service to ferry mourners who will attend the funeral of world icon and former president Nelson Mandela in the Eastern Cape.
Work started today collecting DNA samples from families to aid with the formal identification of people who perished in the crash of a LAM Embraer passenger jet in Namibia last week.
Proflight Zambia and Airtel Networks Zambia have signed a partnership agreement that will enable customers to purchase air tickets countrywide.
Flights were suspended at the Nigerian capital's airport, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, following an incident with a Saudia cargo aircraft yesterday.
Mauritania Airlines has appointed APG to provide full sales and marketing services as well as customer support, ticketing and administrative facilities.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for October showing a moderate acceleration of the robust demand trend of the last few months.
Air Mauritius has signed a codeshare agreement with Virgin Australia, effective 10 December 2013, which enables it to expand its reach in Australia beyond the hub in Perth.
Deborah Feldman recalls the recent visit by Kenya Airways CEO Dr Titus Naikuni to Boeing's facility at Everett, Washington, where he accepted a brand new 777-300ER in his company's livery.