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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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IATA calls for borders to open and continued relief measures

Posted 2 September 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is calling on governments to work together to urgently find ways to re-establish global connectivity by re-opening borders and to continue with relief measures to

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Comair receives binding offer which will decide airline’s fate

Posted 2 September 2020

South Africa’s Comair, which operates low cost airline Kulula, and as a British Airways franchise, has received a binding offer from preferred investors this week which is set to put the airline back in the skies later this

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EgyptAir and Air Cairo sign codeshare agreement

Posted 1 September 2020

EgyptAir and Air Cairo have initialised their first step of cooperation through signing a codeshare agreement extending both airlines’ networks to further destinations domestically and beyond Cairo Airport.

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AFRAA chief recognised for pioneering work

Posted 29 August 2020

Abdérahmane Berthé, the secretary general of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) has been recognised for his work with the Association by the Air Transport News (ATN) of Greece.

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Safe restart of aviation and improved connectivity crucial for Africa

Posted 26 August 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for harmonised adoption across Africa of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Take-Off guidance for safe operations amid the

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Kenya Airways to half its pilot workforce

Posted 26 August 2020

Kenya Airways has said it is to remove half of its pilots following the toll of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Baptism of fire for Precision’s chief

Posted 25 August 2020

Das es Salaam-based Precision Air’s roots date back to 1987, when a former East Africa Airways pilot set up a crop-spraying operation. In 1993, the airline took on its current name and started operating ATRs. Group managing director and CEO, Patrick

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Travellers risk penalties for refusing to wear face covering

Posted 25 August 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is appealing to all travellers to wear face covering during the travel journey for the safety of all passengers and crew during COVID-19.

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Air Austral updates its flights programme

Posted 24 August 2020

Air Austral is extending the suspension of its flights to Asia and its regional network until at least September 30, 2020

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Nico Bezuidenhout quits Mango for European role

Posted 20 August 2020

The driving force behind South Africa's Mango Airlines, CEO Nico Bezuidenhout, has resigned. He is to join a European airline with an announcement expected later today.

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L-410 crash in DRC surrounded by mystery

Posted 19 August 2020

Mystery surrounds the crash of a Let L4-10 in the Democratic Repulic of Congo (DRC) this week. The aircraft is believed to have been operated by Doren Air Congo carrying humanitarian and medical equipment to fight Covid-19 on a domestic flight from

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Fastjet to go private to survive crisis.

Posted 19 August 2020

Low-cost carrier Fastjet is to de-list from the AIM market and will re-register as a private company in a last-ditch bid to survive.

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Collins Aerospace achieves Iridium Certus milestone

Posted 19 August 2020

Collins Aerospace Systems has reached a milestone in the development of its higher bandwidth Iridium Certus airborne satellite communications (SATCOM) system.

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ICAO CART supported by IATA and ACI

Posted 19 August 2020

The implementation of globally harmonised recommendations developed by the ICAO Council Aviation Recovery Taskforce (CART) took a step forward this week through the launch of supporting initiatives for airlines and airports by the International Air

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IATA issues airline health checklist to support ICAO Covid-19 guidance

Posted 18 August 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released an airline self-assessment health checklist to support the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Take-off: Guidance for Air

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Blow by blow - Comair in crisis

Posted 17 August 2020

Wrenelle Stander became co-CEO of South Africa’s Comair in July 2019 and was promoted to group CEO in December that year, succeeding industry veteran Erik Venter. She took the helm at a turbulent time, with a series of exceptional events taking a harsh toll on

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Impact of COVID-19 on African Aviation is worsening

Posted 13 August 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released new data indicating that the impact of COVID-19 on Africa’s aviation industry and economies has worsened sharply since the previous assessment in April.

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ICAO helps align national and regional Covid-19 response

Posted 12 August 2020

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is conducting the global roll-out of a civil aviation recovery Global Implementation Roadmap (GIR), providing an important enabling framework for countries as they begin

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Introducing the Beechcraft King Air 360

Posted 5 August 2020

Textron Aviation has ushered in the next generation of its King Air turboprop family, popular in Africa, with the Beechcraft King Air 360/360ER.

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Star Alliance enhances Travel Information Hub

Posted 5 August 2020

Building upon the successful launch of its Travel Information Hub at the end of June, global airline network Star Alliance - which includes Ethiopan Airlines, South African Airways and EgyptAir - has unveiled a series of useful upgrades to

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Kenya Airways resumes international passenger flights

Posted 30 July 2020

Kenya Airways will be resuming its international passenger services on Saturday 1 August 2020 following the easing of movement restrictions as directed by H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Unblocking bottlenecks in financial relief is critical

Posted 29 July 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging African governments to Take-Off guidance to ensure a safe restart to aviation.

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Resilience and recovery: Aviation in Africa

Posted 27 July 2020

Mikail Houari – President Airbus Africa Middle East gives his thoughts on the next steps for African aviation.

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Africa could rise stronger from the Covid crisis

Posted 24 July 2020

Africa was late to start feeling the effects of the Covid 19 virus – but a number of its most populated nations were hit with a vengeance. As the continent reels from the pandemic, Alan Peaford argues that emerging from the lockdowns and crisis

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RwandAir returns to service

Posted 23 July 2020

RwandAir will resume commercial passenger services from 1 August 2020.

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Air Austral confirms its exit from Air Madagascar's capital

Posted 22 July 2020

Air Austral and Air Madagascar have signed a MOU confirming the exit of Air Austral from the capital of Air Madagascar.

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Ethiopian freighter ablaze in Shanghai

Posted 22 July 2020

An Ethiopian airlines 777F freighter has been severely damaged following a fire at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in China.

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Aviation recovery may take three years

Posted 15 July 2020

The commercial aviation industry’s rebound from COVID-19 is underway, with the number of airline flights starting to gradually increase, but widespread recovery could take several years.

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Dash 8-400 cargo flight crashes in Somalia

Posted 15 July 2020

A de Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 belonging to Nairobi-based regional airline Bluebird Aviation crash-landed yesterday in Beledweyne in Somalia while carrying humanitarian aid to the city following recent floods.

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Bolloré Logistics opens a new office in Madagascar

Posted 13 July 2020

Bolloré Logistics Madagascar announces the opening of a new office in the Ivato International Airport, Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar.

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Green recovery must embrace sustainable aviation fuels

Posted 10 July 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has emphasised the aviation industry’s commitment to its emissions reduction goals.

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Iraq repatriation flight returns South Africans home

Posted 9 July 2020

CemAir has welcomed 80 South Africans home from Iraq and Jordan on a special repatriation flight which touched down at OR Tambo International Airport on Wednesday morning.

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IATA: Travellers are taking precautions

Posted 7 July 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released public opinion research showing a willingness to travel being tempered by concerns over the risks of catching COVID-19 during air travel.

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Get online and grab yourself an African airline

Posted 6 July 2020

Aircraft, spares and even an entire South African regional airline are up for grabs on the online auction site Go-Dove.

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IATA: Get the aviation industry moving again

Posted 6 July 2020

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have today urged that costs related to public health measures aimed at mitigating the spread of communicable diseases should be borne by

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Bolloré Logistics extends the airlift with Africa to ensure supply continuity

Posted 3 July 2020

Bolloré Logistics is extending until 31 July 2020 its special weekly cargo freight service between Europe and West Africa, the WARA AIR SERVICE.

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Quarantine measures threaten aviation restart in Africa

Posted 2 July 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments in Africa and the Middle East (AME) to implement alternatives to quarantine on arrival that would allow economies to re-start while avoiding the importation

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Ethiopian welcomes back business and leisure customers

Posted 30 June 2020

Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it’s happy to welcome back business and leisure travellers with programmes aimed at safeguarding their health and safety.

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IATA: Urgent need for governments to address the quarantine issue

Posted 25 June 2020

IATA CEO Alexandre de Juniac yesterday stressed at IATA’s media briefing the urgent need for governments to address the quarantine issue, and for countries seeking to open up their economies, travel and tourism is a

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Air Mauritius - Understanding the MK crisis

Posted 22 June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on aviation and air travel industry globally, and particularly on insular economies. It has led to "a complete erosion of the revenue base” of Air Mauritius (MK) while tourism activities are at a

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Morocco to restart domestic flights this week

Posted 22 June 2020

Domestic flights in Morocco are set to resume on 25 June, in line with the partial easing of lockdown restrictions in parts of the country.

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Nigeria puts block on domestic flight restart

Posted 20 June 2020

Nigeria's regulator (NCAA) has said that the proposed opening of domestic flights in the West African country on tomorrow has been stopped.

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African aviation industry urging for safe restart of air services

Posted 17 June 2020

IATA, the Airports Council International- Africa (ACI Africa) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regional Offices for African States are urging African governments to implement ICAO’s

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Covid-19 guidance for commercial and private aviation

Posted 16 June 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released criteria for the use of COVID-19 testing in the travel process.

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Slattery takes the top job at GE Aviation

Posted 16 June 2020

John Slattery, who it was announced yesterday is stepping down from his role as president of Embraer’s commercial aircraft division is to become president and CEO of giant engine maker GE Aviation.

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Meijer to head Embraer commercial aircraft business

Posted 15 June 2020

Embraer’s former vice president of commercial aviation for the Middle East and Africa, Arjan Meijer has been appointed new president and chief executive of the Brazilian company’s commercial aircraft division.

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Maouloud takes on the challenge at Mauritania

Posted 11 June 2020

The new CEO of Mauritania Airlines, Amal Maouloud, firmly believes in the success and sustainability of the company.

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AFRAA and ACC Aviation Group partner to support African aviation

Posted 9 June 2020

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and the leading aviation service provider, ACC Aviation Group, have announced a strategic partnership for the provision of market-leading services that will support the

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IATA calls on Tunisia’s Government for direct financial relief for aviation

Posted 5 June 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the Government of Tunisia to urgently provide financial relief measures for the aviation industry in order to mitigate the effects of the

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Comair unlikely to start operating before November

Posted 3 June 2020

More bad news for South African Aerospace as Comair announces it is unlikely to start operating again before November this year.

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AFRAA releases COVID-19 impact assessment on African Airlines

Posted 3 June 2020

AFRAA has released an impact assessment analysis showing a 90.3% year on year passenger traffic reduction for the month of May; recovery is expected to start from Q3 2020 with domestic flights, followed by regional and

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Resumption of restricted South African air services welcome but more is needed

Posted 2 June 2020

The Airlines Association of Southern Africa sees the resumption of South African domestic passenger air services, albeit on a limited basis, as a positive move, but more destinations will be included in

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IATA urges implementation of ICAO COVID-19 guidelines

Posted 2 June 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to quickly implement the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO’s) global guidelines for restoring air connectivity.

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Triple targets as Tunisair turns to plan B

Posted 1 June 2020

Three years after taking on the top job at Tunisair, Ilyes Mnakbi tells Martin Rivers the flag-carrier is still struggling to turn the corner.

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ICAO, ILO and IMO call for essential air and sea personnel 'key worker' designations

Posted 28 May 2020

ICAO joined the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) issued a Joint Statement to governments, on the need to ensure ‘key worker’

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737 MAX production resumes

Posted 28 May 2020

Boeing has resumed production of the 737 MAX at the company’s Renton, Wash. factory.

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Calls for South African government to support its aviation sector

Posted 27 May 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) and the Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa (BARSA) are calling on the South African government to

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IATA: Heavy new debt levels will weigh down airline recovery

Posted 26 May 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released analysis showing that the airline industry’s global debt could rise to $550 billion by year-end. That’s a $120 billion increase over debt levels at the start

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US/EU bans stunt Sudan's regeneration

Posted 26 May 2020

Three years after America lifted most sanctions against Sudan, local carriers like Tarco Aviation are still in a fight for survival. Bushra Abushora, the airline’s strategic planning director, told Martin Rivers how the sector is coping.

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Congo Airways converts Embraer E175 order to E190-E2 jets

Posted 26 May 2020

Congo Airways has converted an order made in December 2019 for two E175 aircraft, with purchase rights for two more.

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IATA board declares principles for industry re-start

Posted 22 May 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced a commitment by the airline CEOs on its Board of Governors to five principles for re-connecting the world by air transport.

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Vertis adds first multi-mission Embraer ERJ145 to Equatorial Guinea

Posted 21 May 2020

Switzerland-headquartered Vertis Aviation has added an Embraer ERJ145 to its Vertis Charter Management Programme, VCMP.

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Rolls-Royce announces up to 9000 job losses

Posted 20 May 2020

Rolls-Royce announced this morning that it will lose up to 9,000 jobs as it addresses the change in demand following the collapse of the aviation industry due to Covid-19

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ACI and IATA outline roadmap for aviation industry restart

Posted 20 May 2020

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have called on governments to ensure any new measures introduced for airports and airlines in the wake of COVID-19 are

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Air Djibouti reveals expansion plans

Posted 19 May 2020

Having re-started commercial services in 2015, after more than a dozen years in the airline wilderness, Air Djibouti is embarking on ambitious plans to expand both freight and passenger services regionally and internationally.

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First Cessna SkyCourier twin utility turboprop takes flight

Posted 18 May 2020

Textron Aviation has announced the successful first flight of its new twin utility turboprop, the Cessna SkyCourier.

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Is Kane able to take Air Senegal to the next level?

Posted 15 May 2020

Air Senegal is pursuing its roll-out with a well-defined strategy in line with the government’s ‘Emerging Senegal’ plan. Anuradha Deenapanray Chappard met with CEO, Ibrahima Kane, one of the young generation of African leaders ready

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Ethiopian Airlines requests face masks to be worn

Posted 13 May 2020

Ethiopian Airlines has said that in line with recommendations from WHO, ICAO and IATA it requests that passengers, staff and the general public should wear face masks protect against Covid-19. This came in to effect on May 10.

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Silver lining shines through the fog of war

Posted 11 May 2020

Like all Libyan carriers, Afriqiyah Airways is in a seemingly endless fight for survival. But chairman, Mustafa Maatug, tells Martin Rivers he’s full of hope for the future.

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Statement from Air Mauritius

Posted 8 May 2020

No discussions ongoing regarding a partnership with another airline

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IATA calls on Nigerian Government to support aviation in the face of COVID-19 crisis

Posted 8 May 2020

Nigeria - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for aviation-specific financial relief measures from the government of Nigeria to address the severe impact of the COVID-19

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Resumption of commercial cargo flights by Air Mauritius

Posted 7 May 2020

Air Mauritius has resumed commercial cargo operations to and from some designated destinations.

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EgyptAir and Air Cairo sign MoU

Posted 7 May 2020

EgyptAir and Air Cairo have signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance strategic positioning, network and fleets that will add new customers to both airlines.

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South African Airways collapses with new airline to be formed

Posted 6 May 2020

The South African government National Transport Movement (NTM) has announced it is to shut down South African Airways and form a new airline.

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IATA calls for passenger face covering and crew masks

Posted 6 May 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) supports the wearing of face coverings for passengers and masks for crew while on board aircraft as a critical part of a layered approach to biosecurity to be implemented

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Minister's appeal as Kenyan turboprop shot down in Somalia

Posted 5 May 2020

Somalia’s transport minister has appealed for international help to investigate the crash of an Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia turboprop carrying aid for the fight against Cornavirus killing all six on board.

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Second Boeing 777X completes first flight

Posted 4 May 2020

Boeing has conducted a productive and successful first flight of the second 777X aircraft.

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Flying the flag for Uganda

Posted 30 April 2020

Cornwell Muleya is no stranger to African aviation, after gaining senior leadership experience at Air Botswana, Air Tanzania, Air Mauritius and Zambezi Airlines. As Victoria Moores reports, his latest challenge has been setting up Uganda Airlines, an ambitious

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Network Aviation Group and partners provide supplies for Nigeria’s COVID-19 response

Posted 30 April 2020

Network Aviation Group working together with Allied Air Cargo, Scan Global Logistics and various UN organisations, have successfully delivered vital emergency supplies into Abuja to help

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Passenger demand plunges in March as travel restrictions take hold

Posted 29 April 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for March 2020 showing that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) dived 52.9% compared to

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IATA calls for global mutual recognition by civil aviation authorities

Posted 28 April 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on regulators to take urgent action to help civil aviation operate seamlessly and safely between states during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as to

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TIACA urges action for air cargo in Africa

Posted 28 April 2020

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has raised its concern on the air-cargo sector in Africa which has experienced a significant drop in capacity to Europe by 70% compared to 2019 according to CLIVE Data Services.

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Boeing pulls out of Embraer partnership deal

Posted 25 April 2020

Boeing has pulled out of its $4.2 partnership deal with Embraer which was planned to give the American manufacturer a bigger stake in the narrowbody regional jet market and develop new markets for the C-390 Millennium medium airlift and air

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Aviation relief for African airlines critical as COVID-19 impacts deepen

Posted 24 April 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has renewed its call for government relief measures as the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in Africa deepen.

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Vertis brings ERJ 145-LR to West African charter market

Posted 22 April 2020

Vertis AVIATION – the aircraft marketing company that operates across Africa and the Middle East – has signed an exclusive marketing agreement to offer an Embraer 145-LR from its West African base.

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Air Mauritius enters administration amid cash crisis

Posted 22 April 2020

Air Mauritius is entering voluntary administration following a total collapse in revenues due to the Covid-19 crisis.

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IATA: Slow recovery needs confidence boosting measures

Posted 21 April 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for governments to work with the industry on confidence-boosting measures in the face of an anticipated slow recovery in demand for air travel.

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