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Air Austral operates EVASAN flights between Reunion Island and Paris

Posted 3 March 2021

Air Austral has obtained technical and regulatory approvals to operate Medical Evacuation flights (EVASAN).

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Nigeria's Allied Air receives first converted 737 for vaccine deliveries.

Posted 27 February 2021

West Africa’s biggest cargo airline, Allied Air, has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737-800 converted freighter. The aircraft is the first for airlines in Africa and the freighter -MSN 36846- is the

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The airline industry is expected to remain cash negative throughout 2021

Posted 26 February 2021

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released new analysis showing that the airline industry is expected to remain cash negative throughout 2021.

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Zambia banks on a long-term strategy

Posted 26 February 2021

Keith Mwanalushi assesses the airline scene in Zambia, looking at latest developments and the challenges of the past year.

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ACIA Aero Leasing delivers two aircraft to Air Express Algeria

Posted 24 February 2021

ACIA Aero Leasing (ACIA) has completed the transition of two aircraft to Air Express Algeria (AEA).

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Kenya and Nigeria authorise return of 737 MAX

Posted 23 February 2021

Both Kenya’s Civil Aviation Authority and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) have announced the lifting of the ban on Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, following two deadly crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia.

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Newly appointed Chairman and CEO of Tunisair revoked

Posted 22 February 2021

Olfa Hamdi who was appointed Chairman and CEO of Tunisair early January has been revoked today.

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Air Côte d’Ivoire receives its first Airbus A320neo

Posted 19 February 2021

Air Côte d’Ivoire, Ivory Coast’s flagship carrier based in Abidjan, has taken delivery of its first A320neo, becoming the first operator of the type in the West-African region.

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Rolls-Royce signs TotalCare agreement with Uganda Airlines

Posted 18 February 2021

Rolls-Royce has signed a TotalCare agreement with new customer Uganda Airlines for their two new Airbus A330neo aircraft powered exclusively by Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines. Uganda Airlines received their two A330neo,

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IATA’s new leaders face a turbulent introduction

Posted 16 February 2021

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is undergoing changing leadership globally and regionally. Alan Peaford reports on developments that will affect Africa.

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Nigeria’s NG Eagle receives first two aircraft

Posted 16 February 2021

Nigeria’s NG Eagle has received its first two Boeing 737-700 aircraft. The aircraft, from the fleet of Arik Air, were delivered to Lagos airport from Addis Ababa.

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Air Namibia ends operations

Posted 11 February 2021

Air Namibia has announced on Twitter all flight operations will be suspended from February 11, 2021, this is following the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

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2020 worst year in history for air travel

Posted 4 February 2021

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced full-year global passenger traffic results for 2020 showing that demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) fell by 65.9% compared to the full year of 2019, by far the sharpest

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IATA: The industry is in a severe situation

Posted 4 February 2021

Alexander de Juniac, CEO of IATA, has delivered a briefing updating the global air transport industry saying the industry ‘clearly shows the severe situation it is in’.

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ASECNA, NIGCOMSAT and Thales Alenia Space to accelerate SBAS for aviation in Africa

Posted 1 February 2021

The Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar, ASECNA, the Nigerian Communications Satellite Ltd, NIGCOMSAT and Thales Alenia Space - a joint venture between Thales (67 %) and

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Ethiopian Airlines and CemAir implement interline agreement

Posted 28 January 2021

Ethiopian Airlines and CemAir have started implementing an interline agreement which allows passengers enjoy seamless travel with a single ticket and lower cost between points within the carriers’ networks.

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IATA: We can see the light at the end of the tunnel

Posted 28 January 2021

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on governments to partner with the air transport industry to devise plans to safely re-link people, business and economies when the COVID-19 epidemiological situation

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Air Peace takes delivery of the first E2 for Africa

Posted 28 January 2021

Air Peace, Nigeria and West Africa’s largest airline, took delivery of their first E195-E2 aircraft yesterday. The aircraft is now due to fly from Embraer’s facility in São José dos Campos to join the Air Peace fleet in

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Boeing 737 Max cleared to fly again

Posted 27 January 2021

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again in European skies, 22 months after the plane was grounded following two fatal crashes.

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Boeing: Aircraft flying on 100% sustainable fuels by 2030

Posted 25 January 2021

Boeing is setting an ambitious target to advance the long-term sustainability of commercial aviation, committing that its commercial aircraft are capable and certified to fly on 100% sustainable aviation fuels by 2030.

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ACIA transitions four aircraft to Sahel Aviation Service

Posted 20 January 2021

ACIA Aero Leasing (ACIA) has completed the transition of four aircraft to Sahel Aviation Service in Mali.

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IATA CEO speaks at The World Tourism Organisation

Posted 19 January 2021

IATA CEO Alexandre de Juniac said during a speech at The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) that we will not be able to eliminate the risk of Covid-19 in any foreseeable timeline, so we must learn to manage the risk of it.

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Lesotho bans passenger flights

Posted 13 January 2021

Airlink has announced the suspension of its daily service between Johannesburg and Maseru from tomorrow, following the Lesotho government’s ban passenger flights to and from Moshoeshoe I International Airport.

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IATA: A more balanced public policy approach is needed during Covid-19

Posted 13 January 2021

IATA’s Alexander de Juniac has delivered his first briefing of 2021 regarding Covid-19 saying safety is aviation’s number one priority and ‘our’ greatest success. However, governments are not interested in

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Congo Airways orders two E195-E2

Posted 13 January 2021

Six months after their first E2 order, Congo Airways has placed a firm order for two E195-E2 jets.

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IATA suspends Fly540 from using its BSP

Posted 8 January 2021

IATA has said it has suspended Kenya’s local low-cost carrier Fly540 from using its electronic Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) with immediate effect, due to undisclosed reasons.

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African airlines’ traffic sank 76.7% in November

Posted 8 January 2021

IATA has said that the recovery in passenger demand which had been slowing since the Northern hemisphere’s summer travel season, came to a halt in November 2020.

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Azman Air adds three B737-800s to its fleet

Posted 7 January 2021

Nigeria’s Azman Air has commenced its growth strategy plan of 2021 by adding three B737-800s to its fleet.

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Aircraft in Somalia's Bay area under attack from Al Shahbab

Posted 3 January 2021

Al-Shahbab militants have stepped up anti-aircraft attacks in the Bay area of Somalia close to the Ethiopian and Kenyan borders. The latest attack on a transport aircraft on approach to Diinsoor Airport was reported

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Kenya's Aberdair lines up for expansion with new ventures

Posted 23 December 2020

Kenyan ACMI operator Aberdair Aviation is to re-fleet following a restructuring which will extend its multi-AOC business model.

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Uganda Airline’s receives its first widebody aircraft

Posted 21 December 2020

Rolls-Royce has joined Airbus and Uganda Airlines to celebrate the delivery of the airline’s first widebody aircraft, an Airbus A330neo powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines.

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ICAO calls for coordination towards recovery of air travel and tourism

Posted 16 December 2020

Speaking at the 7th Meeting of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Global Tourism Crisis Committee last week, ICAO Secretary General Dr Fang Liu emphasised that a combination of measures, coordinated

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Gambia launch is no gamble

Posted 16 December 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic could prove to be an opportunity for aviation entrepreneurs and one company in The Gambia has firm plans in place.

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Airbus awards Ethiopian for agility and resilience during COVID–19 pandemic

Posted 16 December 2020

Airbus has given Ethiopian Airlines Group an award for the unique agility and resilience that it displayed amid the COVID-19 global crisis.

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IATA asks governments to consider aviation workers as essential for vaccination

Posted 16 December 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) renewed its call on governments to ensure that employees in the aviation sector are considered as essential workers during the impending COVID-19

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ICAO urges agility and partnership to hasten aviation innovation

Posted 16 December 2020

Addressing the ICAO Global Symposium on the Implementation of Innovation in Aviation today, ICAO’s leaders highlighted the sector’s high reliance on innovation to address pandemic recovery and future

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Safety management key factor in recovery, says expert

Posted 15 December 2020

Dr Kwasi Adjekum, Assistant Professor of Aviation at the University of North Dakota, USA, has more than 22 years of military and civil flying experience. A native of Ghana, he is an ICAO designated subject-matter expert in flight

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Sky Mali launches into stormy skies

Posted 11 December 2020

West African start-up, Sky Mali, was planning to launch domestic scheduled flights as African Aerospace was going to press.

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IATA: Governments should add market stimulation measures

Posted 9 December 2020

IATA has called on governments to add market stimulation measures to the support they are giving to keep aviation financially viable.

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African airlines’ traffic sank 78.6% in October

Posted 9 December 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said the recovery of passenger demand continued to be disappointingly slow in October.

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IATA: States urged to follow global guidelines on crew testing

Posted 8 December 2020

IATA and the International Federation of Air Line Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) have jointly called on governments to follow the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Council Aviation Recovery Task Force

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African cargo demand increases by 2.8% in October

Posted 7 December 2020

IATA has released October data for global air freight markets showing that air cargo demand continued to improve but at a slower pace than the previous month and remains below previous year levels, although African airlines saw an

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Will Arik Air merge to survive?

Posted 4 December 2020

There are indications that stakeholders are considering a merger between Arik Air and Aero Contractors, both of which are under the management of Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).

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Embraer's 10-Year Market Outlook identifies trends influencing the industry

Posted 3 December 2020

Embraer has released its newly published 2020 Commercial Market Outlook which examines passenger demand for air travel and new aircraft deliveries over the next 10 years.

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Smart Bom

Posted 1 December 2020

Ibom Air is setting a new flightpath for Nigeria’s chronically under-performing civil aviation sector.

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Africa prepares for second wave of Covid - Osprey

Posted 28 November 2020

Africa is now steeling itself for a second wave of Covid-19 while it is still responding to the first wave. Aviation advisory service Osprey monitors the effect on different countries and today issue a stark analysis of the current

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Aviation industry agrees vital slot use relief

Posted 27 November 2020

The Worldwide Airport Slot Board (WASB), comprising Airports Council International (ACI World), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), and the Worldwide Airport Coordinators Group (WWACG) released a joint

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IATA calls on governments to support industry move to SAF

Posted 25 November 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on governments worldwide to support the development of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) as a critical step to achieving its target to cut net emissions to half 2005

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ICAO SG cites key factors for aviation recovery in Africa

Posted 24 November 2020

Speaking at a special online event organised by the African Union (AU) to commemorate the Yamoussoukro Decision, ICAO Secretary General Dr Fang Liu declared that the recovery of African air services should be encouraged

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IATA: Steps forward for testing to reopen borders without quarantine

Posted 24 November 2020

IATA has welcomed the publication of the Manual on Testing and Cross Border Risk Management Measures by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

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How commercial aviation can navigate the recovery phase after Covid-19

Posted 24 November 2020

COVID-19 has been a tough and testing time for the commercial aviation industry. Over eight months down the line and embattled airlines in South Africa have only recently received news that international

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Cam and buy me...!

Posted 23 November 2020

Cameroon’s president has ordered that national airline, Camair-Co, should be prepared for privatisation. Alan Dron looks at how attractive the debt-laden carrier might be to external investors.

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Still no economic visibility for Air Mauritius

Posted 20 November 2020

The Mauritian national carrier is still facing an abyssal financial problem. Administrators say that there’s a lack of economic visibility due to the new wave of restrictions on international travel imposed by a good part of Europe and other

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FAA approve resumption of 737 MAX operations

Posted 18 November 2020

After nearly two years of being grounded following two deadly crashes, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Boeing’s 737 Max for flight.

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Safomar signs cyber-security agreement with CCX Technologies

Posted 18 November 2020

As cybersecurity issues become even more important to the aviation industry, South Africa’s Safomar Aviation has signed a deal with Canada’s CX Technologies to sell onboard cybersecurity solutions into the rapidly

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New IATA guidance prepares for global vaccine distribution

Posted 17 November 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released guidance to ensure that the air cargo industry is ready to support the large-scale handling, transport and distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.

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Carreira's path...

Posted 17 November 2020

Former Angolan Air Force fighter pilot, Rui Carreira, became CEO of TAAG Angola in autumn 2018. No stranger to fast-paced mission-critical decisions, he is now reformulating the 80-year-old airline’s strategy as it battles against Covid-19.

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Airlinks new tailfeathers revealed

Posted 13 November 2020

Airlink, the privately-owned Southern African airline, has revealed its new tailfeathers, distinguishing itself as a completely independent carrier.

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AFCAC, IATA and AFRAA join forces to promote aviation safety in Africa

Posted 13 November 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and African Airlines Association (AFRAA) have joined forces with the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) on a three-year safety project.

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AFRAA assembly upbeat about resilience and rebuilding

Posted 12 November 2020

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) 52nd Annual General Assembly ended on an upbeat note with a rallying call for airlines to take specific measures to build resilience and emerge stronger after the crisis.

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Airlines Association: We are not out of the woods yet

Posted 12 November 2020

The prospects for Southern Africa’s economic recovery and future growth, along with securing millions of jobs in the region, has received a welcome boost, with President Ramaphosa’s re-opening of South Africa to all international

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Adopting ICAO CART guidance crucial for africa’s economic revival

Posted 12 November 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging Africa’s health and transport authorities to accelerate and expand the harmonised implementation of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s

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ICAO Council endorses new updates to COVID-19 global aviation recovery guidelines

Posted 11 November 2020

The ICAO Council endorsed new updates yesterday to its Aviation Recovery Task Force’s (CART’s) ‘Take-off’ Guidelines for international air transport.

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Air Seychelles recognised as Indian Ocean’s leading airline at 2020 world travel awards

Posted 11 November 2020

Air Seychelles has won three major accolades including the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ at this year’s World Travel Awards.

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Call for urgent government assistance to prevent job losses

Posted 10 November 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) issued a joint statement calling for urgent government intervention to prevent an employment catastrophe in

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Comair re-opens bookings ahead of December 1 take-off

Posted 9 November 2020

Comair has begun taking new bookings for kulula ahead of its planned take off again on 1 December.

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ACI-ICAO qualification to enhance aviation safety and COVID-19 response

Posted 5 November 2020

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and Airports Council International (ACI) have developed a new Global Airport Safety Professional (ASP) qualification programme to help airports

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Ethiopian ready for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Posted 3 November 2020

The multi-award winning and largest cargo network operator in Africa, Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, has today announced it is ready, with all the required capabilities, for the distribution of potential COVID-19 vaccine

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IAG partners with IATA's Net Rates platform

Posted 3 November 2020

The cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) has today announced that it has partnered with IATA’s air cargo rates distribution platform, IATA Net Rates - recently launched for the South Africa market and shortly rolling out

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Ethiopian Airlines receives two Dash-400 aircraft

Posted 28 October 2020

De Havilland Aircraft of Canada has delivered two Dash 8-400 aircraft to Ethiopian Airlines.

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Airlink formalises name change

Posted 26 October 2020

Airlink, the privately-owned airline, has officially changed its company name from “SA Airlink” to “Airlink”, as part of its strategy to distinguish itself as a totally independent airline.

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EgyptAir signs MoU with Ghana to establish a new airline in Africa

Posted 22 October 2020

The Egyptian government has signed an MoU with Ghana to become a strategic partner in establishing a new airline affiliated with the Ghanaian government.

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Airlink enters interline agreement with Emirates

Posted 20 October 2020

Airlink and Emirates have announced an interline agreement, widening Emirates' reach into Southern Africa as countries begin opening their borders for travellers.

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ACI and IATA reinforce the urgent call for governments to use testing

Posted 19 October 2020

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have reinforced the urgent call for governments to use testing as a means to safely re-open borders and

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Ethiopian Airlines and USAID partner to source local farm food for in-flight meals

Posted 19 October 2020

Ethiopian Airlines and the United States' USAID, signed a new partnership agreement that will enable the nation’s flagship carrier to source locally grown produce and ingredients for preparing

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IATA: Covid-19 is threatening some 4.8 million aviation jobs

Posted 14 October 2020

Alexander de Junaic, CEO of IATA said in his weekly briefing this week that the Covid-19 pandemic is threatening some 4.8 million aviation jobs and more needs to be done.

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Nigeria signs BASA with Morocco and Rwanda

Posted 12 October 2020

The government of Nigeria has announced that it has signed a Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) with Morocco and Rwanda.

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Research points to low Risk for COVID-19 transmission inflight

Posted 9 October 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) demonstrated the low incidence of inflight COVID-19 transmission with an updated tally of published cases.

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COVID-19 testing key to aviation’s survival in Southern Africa

Posted 8 October 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) outlined the key priorities to ensure the long-term sustainability of aviation in Southern Africa as the industry continues to suffer from the devastating effects of

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Beechcraft King Air 360/360ER achieves FAA type certification

Posted 7 October 2020

Textron Aviation has achieved Type Certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its newest flagship twin turboprop Beechcraft King Air 360/360ER aircraft, paving the way for customer deliveries to

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Ethiopian Airlines introduces COVID-19 global insurance cover

Posted 2 October 2020

The largest aviation group in Africa, Ethiopian Airlines Group, has announced that it will cover the medical insurance costs - including repatriation, evacuation and quarantine - related to COVID-19, as of 1st of October

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Qatar steps up its African route revival

Posted 1 October 2020

Qatar Airways is to resume three key destinations in South Africa; Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.

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New analysis details aviation climate pathways

Posted 30 September 2020

In new analysis released this week, the aviation sector details how it can meet its climate goal of cutting CO2 emissions in half by 2050, compared with 2005. It also highlights that net-zero emissions from air transport across the global

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African airlines’ traffic sank 90.1% in August

Posted 29 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) downgraded its traffic forecast for 2020 to reflect a weaker-than-expected recovery, as evidenced by a dismal end to the summer travel season in the Northern Hemisphere.

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IATA and UNOCT sign MoU for countering terrorist travel programme

Posted 25 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and The United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT) have signed MoU to strengthen cooperation with the United Nations Countering Terrorist Travel

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Airbus reveals new zero-emission concept aircraft

Posted 21 September 2020

Airbus has revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft, all running on hydrogen, which could enter service by 2035.

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South Africans to name new carrier being launched later this year

Posted 21 September 2020

South Africans have been asked by Kulula-founder Gidon Novick ‘to put their creativity to the test’ and suggest a name for the new South African airline being launched by Gidon in 2020.

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IATA: Quarantine measures hampering the restart of aviation

Posted 17 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments in Africa and Middle East (AME) to implement testing as an alternative to quarantine measures when re-opening their economies.

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RwandAir cancels A330neo and B737 MAX leases

Posted 15 September 2020

RwandAir has said it is no longer taking its order of new aircraft after the airline had ordered two Boeing 737 MAX and two A330neos in 2018 due to be delivered from leasing companies in 2019.

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Flight of the Navigator

Posted 14 September 2020

Sky Navigator, South Sudan’s newest airline, is helping to open a new chapter in the country’s short but troubled history.

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DHC Dash 8 has world first for noise emission standards

Posted 14 September 2020

The environmental credentials of the major regional turboprop airliner have been given a boost thanks to a recertification by De Havilland Canada (DHC).

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Arik Air appeals to government to halt strike threats by staff

Posted 14 September 2020

Arik Air has appealed to the Nigerian government to intervene in the dispute with its workforce.

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Novick's plan for new South African carrier boosted by Global deal

Posted 14 September 2020

ACMI Charter specialist Global Aviation has teamed up with former Kulula Air boss Gidon Novick to help bring his plan for a new domestic airline to the South African market.

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Dana patches up its strategy

Posted 11 September 2020

Dana Air COO, Obi Mbanuzuo, is no stranger to Nigerian aviation. Over the past two decades he has also held senior roles with Air Nigeria and Virgin Nigeria. Against the backdrop of Covid-19, Mbanuzuo revealed to Victoria Moores how the airline’s strategic plans

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IATA urges governments to prepare for transporting Covid-19 vaccines by air

Posted 10 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to begin careful planning with industry stakeholders to ensure full preparedness when vaccines for COVID-19 are approved and

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ICAO sees digital innovations helping aviation rebuild and aid sustainability

Posted 8 September 2020

At the official opening of the final week of the Virtual World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2020 yesterday, International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Secretary General Dr Fang

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Mendis confident in the post-virus World

Posted 7 September 2020

Ghanaian carrier, Africa World Airlines, is looking to consolidate Accra as a regional hub for west Africa once the Covid-19 crisis has abated.

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Comair confirms publication of business rescue plan

Posted 4 September 2020

South Africa's Comair has said it will hopefully begin flying again in December if the business rescue plan is accepted. Creditors and shareholders now have until 18 September to consider and adopt the plan.

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African airlines’ traffic dropped 94.6% in July

Posted 2 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that passenger demand in July (measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs), continued at critically low levels--79.8% below July 2019 levels with African

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Nile's tide is on the turn

Posted 2 September 2020

Even before the current Covid-19 crisis, which has seen airlines all over the world seriously affected, Egyptian airline, Nile Air, had paused its expansion. Managing director, Yossrey Abdel Wahab, explained why to Martin Rivers.

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