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How Indigenous Airlines Can Be Resilient

By Kayode Oyero Sustainability and profitability of Nigerian Airlines formed the kernel of discussion at ...
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RAM: Gateway To Europe & Africa By Roland Ohaeri

60 Years Of Interconnectivity Royal Air Maroc is one of Africa’s longest-serving airlines and one ...
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Driving ‘No Country Left Behind’ From Inside Africa

By Roland Ohaeri Pushing Safety & Economy One of the most commendable milestones and intentions ...
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SAATM New Insight: HOW FAR, HOW FAST?

By Roland Ohaeri The Decisive Step The Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) was launched ...
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Ethiopian To Resume Flights To Mogadishu

Ethiopian Airlines has announced the resumption of its flight to Mogadishu, Somalia, effective 2 November ...
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African Airports Determined To Safeguard Passengers’ Interests

Airports Council International (ACI) World Director General, Angela Gittens calls on aviation regulators and airports ...
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Fire Incident: Overland Airways Affirms Commitment To Safety

The Management and Staff of Overland Airways have express their deep appreciation to industry stakeholders, ...
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Airlines Call On SADC Govts. To Remove Blockade

Airline industry leaders and government officials participating in the Airlines Association of Southern Africa’s (AASA) ...
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Tremendous Modernization In Air Transport, Focus At 13th ICAO Air Navigation Conference

International experts representing a wide range of disciplines have converged at the UN aviation agency, ...
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…As 48th AASA AGA Begins

The 48th Annual General Assembly of the Airlines Association of Southern Africa will hold from ...
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Ethiopian Wins Africa Lease Deal Of The Year 2018 Award

Ethiopian Airlines has won the Aviation 100 “Africa Lease Deal of the Year 2018” award ...
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AU Ministers Strategize On Development Of Tourism

The African Union Ministers responsible for Tourism endorsed the crucial role of the Tourism sector ...
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