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Kenya Airways confirms continued growth under 'Plan Mawingo'
Despite the global air transport industry achieving a record improvement in jet safety performance, the high airline accident rate in Africa is still a concern, according to the International Air Tran
(eTN) - Information from Nairobi has confirmed that the African Airline Association (AFRAA) is in the process of renewing a joint fuel purchase deal for 2013, renewing a previous deal put into place i
(eTN) - African airlines are facing a tough going due to poor airport infrastructure coupled with a lack of information technology in the aviation sector.
Airlines have urged Western governments to do more to improve safety in Africa, and accused the European Union of failing to grasp the continent’s needs by banning dozens of carriers.
(eTN) – Rising jet fuel prices are increasingly affecting profit margins of African airlines, while some airports lack modern and adequate handling facilities to meet standards to handle passenger a
TANZANIA (eTN) – With the coming of the Routes Africa forum in Seychelles, where airline and aviation professionals will be discussing challenges facing airlines in Africa, Tanzania’s President ha
(eTN) - Over the past weeks, speculation has been growing in Eastern Africa about a potential involvement by former EasyJet’s top executive, Stelios Iannou, said to consider joining hands with Lonrh
(eTN) - African airlines will meet in Marrakech, Morocco, between November 20 to 22 this year for their African Airlines Association (AFRAA) Annual General Assembly, hosted by Royal Air Maroc.
(eTN) - In recent months, more than the usual periodical spats have been observed between European airline chiefs and CEOs of some of the Gulf region’s leading airlines.
The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) 2010 Annual General Assembly (AGA) will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from November 21 to 23.
BRUSSELS AIRLINES CELEBRATES 4TH FLIGHT In time for the Christmas high season rush, Brussels Airlines has commenced its long-awaited fourth weekly flight between Brussels and Entebbe. The occasion was celebrated in style at the new Imperial Royale Hotel in the form of a pre-Christmas cocktail party for clients of the airline, the business community and, of course, the travel fraternity.