Spanish low cost carrier Vueling – an IAG subsidiary - is to begin a weekly flight to Accra from its main base in Barcelona.
Djibouti's President, Ismaïl Omar Guelleh, has laid the first stones of two new airports as part of the country's infrastructure development drive.
FlightStats, the global flight data services business for the travel industry has released the list of the top ten finalists for the 6th annual Airline On-Time Performance Service Awards - with Kenyan Airways and Ethiopian going head to
Two US businesses have created an MRO alliance to develop their business further into Africa.
Airbus has increased the average list prices of its aircraft by 3.27 per cent across the product line. The new pricing is effective from January 1st 2015.
Twenty-year-old Kalenga is a First Officer flying with captains across the airline's network, having been hired as part of the company's commitment to support Zambian youth and nurture new local talent.
Proflight Zambia has welcomed the removal of five per cent customs duty on aviation fuel and passed this on to passengers by cutting fares across the board.
As part of the San Marino Aircraft Registry's commitment to the aviation industry, the Registry has announced the San Marino Republic's Ratification to the Cape Town convention.
Proflight Zambia has halved its fares to enable people to return to their home constituencies to vote in next week's presidential election.
Nigeria's Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has issued warning letters to a number of its domestic airlines following an audit which revealed severe breaches of safety regulations.
John L Garrison, Bell Helicopter's president and chief executive officer claims Africa is such an important focus for the company's attention writes Jon Lake.