The negotiating team of Air Namibia, in conjunction with the Namibia Cabin Crew Union (NCCU), has announced that an agreement has been signed this week following lengthy negotiations on the cabin crew benchmarking dispute of 2010.
Economic growth in the SADC region and within its member states could be stimulated if governments and airlines were able to ensure that trade, immigration, tax and other policies fostered air transport
MTU Maintenance is celebrating 25 years of engine MRO on IAE's V2500, the world's bestselling engine powering the A320 aircraft family.
Air traffic safety in African airspace and environmental sustainability dominated discussions and presentations at the third annual Air Traffic & Navigation Services (ATNS) AVI Afrique 2014 Africa Aviation Innovation Summit held yesterday, 28th
Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises will be presented with Denel's Annual Report for the 2013-14 financial years.
A fully loaded Norwegian aircraft with emergency aid will head for The Central African Republic (CAR).
Tony Tyler, IATA's director general and CEO, spoke at AVSEC World 2014 in Washington this week, where he called for greater cooperation and collaboration among governments and industry in order to respond to new and emerging threats to
Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy is equipping its training fleet of Cessna 172 Skyhawk piston aircraft with the latest 155hp turbodiesel aero-engines from Continental Motors.
Night Vision Goggles (NVG) have been introduced for use by helicopter pilots flying for the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) air ambulance.
The newly established Algerian flight academy -Aviation Training School (ATS) – part of the Red Med Group, located in Hassi Messaoud (Algeria), has launched its business with a DA40 NG from Diamond Aircraft with option for
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.