On 7 March, 24 women will make up the crew on tomorrow's flight to Johannesburg by Airbus A380, the world's biggest superjumbo.
This month, Embraer Commercial Aviation celebrates another historic milestone in its E-Jets programme – the ten-year anniversary of the first aircraft deliveries.
The Luanda flight information region (FIR) over Angola is set to support aircraft using future air navigation system (FANS) data link avionics with the deployment of the SITA FANS system communicating via the SITA AIRCOM data link
Boeing is launching an initiative with South African Airways (SAA) and the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) to expand opportunities for “smallhold” farmers in Southern Africa to grow
For the 2014 summer season (from 30 March to 25 October 2014), Air France-KLM group capacity* will increase by 1.7% compared to summer 2013.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for January showing a strong increase in demand, although Africa posted the slowest growth for any region of at 2.7%.
Boeing's Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) demonstrator recently completed its first flight to verify airworthiness, an important milestone toward providing a low-risk and cost-effective maritime
Jettainer, the leading international service partner for outsources ULD management, is bringing its used ULDs back to life.
Raphael Kuuchi has taken up the position as vice president for Africa with the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
South African Airways (SAA) is investigating the possibility of utilising the in-flight relief pilot programme as a direct and meaningful contribution towards the development of future pilots for the
The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines Tewolde Gebremariam has warned that Gulf carriers could “eat us for their lunch” unless there is a concerted effort by African airlines to get increased market share from the fast-growing