Mozambique's regulatory authority Mozambique Civil Aviation Authority (MCAA) has given the go-ahead for three new airlines to apply forAOCs and all three are getting ready for operations
The inaugural Routes Middle East & Africawill open this weekend in Manama, capital city of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The event, which takes place 31 May – 2 June, will be hosted by Bahrain Airport Company (BAC)
NATS, the UK's leading provider of air traffic services, and Indra Navia, subsidiary company of the Group Indra, the leading airport and air traffic management (ATM) technology provider, have announced a new air
The airlines of country members of the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) will sign a cooperation agreement establishing the “Vanilla Alliance“ on June 18, 2015 in Antananarivo.
Schoolchildren from Luangwa got the surprise of a lifetime last week when their planned gruelling eight-hour road trip home from a study trip turned into a flight on a fleet of Proflight Zambia aircraft.
Astra Aviation, the UK – based African flight services provider has marked ten years of operations with its managing director, Phil Eyre, cutting a cake.
Turkish Airlines' Africa network now includes 44 destinations and 28 counties with the addition of flights to Bamako, Mali.
The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) has announced that it has added the category of Professional Member to its membership categories. It follows a restructuring of the membership options as it aims
Effective travel date from June 1 2015, regardless of the time of booking, all minors under 18 years of age travelling to and from the Republic of South Africa, have to present additional documents which were not needed
EgyptAir as signed a cooperation protocol with the Children's Cancer Hospital in Egypt ((CCHE 57357).
Earlier this year the Labour Relations Amendment Act (LRAA) took effect (with the exception of s37(c)) and the South African aviation sector now has to comply with the new obligations created in the Act.