Category archives for: Aviation

Emirates Appoints New Country Manager for Ghana

December 13, 2017//-Emirates announced the appointment of a new Country Manager for Ghana, Ms Cathy Wesley. Her appointment takes effect from 1st January, 2018.

Hazy Weather Disrupts Southern Nigeria Flights

December 11, 2017//-Flight operations in major parts of Nigeria, especially in the southern part, has been disrupted by prevailing hazy weather.

Call for a Single African Air Transport Market Deepens

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, December 8, 2017/ — The 3rd Ministerial Working Group Meeting on the Single African Air Transport Markets (SAATM) kicked off in Addis Ababa this week, with participants calling on African Union (AU) Member States to implement the 1999 Yamoussoukro Decision towards the establishment of SAATM by 2017.

Kenya Airways’ Nigerian Employees Embark On Demo

December 5, 2017//-National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) has picketed at Kenya Airways today over poor treatment of Nigerians employed by the airline.

Fadugba: Nigeria Can’t Compete With Crop Of Airlines It Has At Moment

Nick Fadugba, is the former General Secretary of African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and the publisher of African Aviation magazine for 27 years. Fadugba in this interview with OLUSEGUN KOIKI,  he said that Nigeria can take advantage of aviation industry to boost its economy.

Kenya To Issue African Travelers Visas On Arrival

Nairobi, Kenya, November 30, 2017//-Africans visiting Kenya will no longer need to get a visa before traveling to the East African nation, the latest country to join a continent-wide push to boost integration and free movement.

Kotoka Commences Probe into Starbow Crash

Accra, November 28, 2017//-Investigations have begun into the crash at the Kotoka International Airport on Saturday involving a Starbow plane.

Ghana: Starbow Aircraft Crashes at Kotoka International Airport

Accra, November 2, 2017//-Credible information reaching indicates that a Starbow aircraft has involved in an accident at the Kotoka International Airport with some people injured.

Is Brexit Stirring Troubles for Northern Ireland?

November 16, 2017//-Northern Ireland has been an FDI hotspot over the past decade, but is facing the prospect of the return of a physical border with Ireland to its south in the wake of the UK’s Brexit referendum. Jacopo Dettoni looks into how the country is preparing for this possibility. 

The Future of African Ports is also the Future of Africa’s Economic Success

Nairobi, Kenya, 16 November 2017,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Statistics indicate that 90% of imports and exports in Africa are driven by sea. With a global middle class set to reach 5 billion people by 2030, global trade is set to continue to grow at an unprecedented rate.

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