Category archives for: Aviation

What European Regional Airports Need to Know About China

November 7, 2018//-China is now the single largest source of outbound tourists in the world.

South African Airways Gets $343 Million Gov’t Bailout

November 6, 2018//-South African Airways (SAA) has received $343 million from the government to pay off some of its debts and for capitalisation.

Finance Minister: South Africa Airways ‘Should Be Shut Down’

November 3, 2018//-South Africa’s state-owned airline should be shut down, the country’s new finance minister has said.

thyssenkrupp Enables Best Arrivals Experience for Passengers at KIA Terminal 3

Accra, Ghana, October 29, 2018 – thyssenkrupp, in partnership with its local distributor ARG1 Africa Ltd., is bringing its superior airport mobility expertise to Kotoka International Airport’s brand-new Terminal 3, including seven passenger boarding bridges, three escalators, 16 elevators, and over 40 auxiliary equipment units.

thyssenkrupp Enhances Ghana’s New Terminal 3 with Advanced Mobility Solutions

Accra, Ghana, October 29, 2018//-In a defining gesture of the leadership’s focus on enhancing the country’s infrastructure, the Kotoka International Airport Terminal 3 marks a milestone with its facilities on par with the best in the world.

Is This Chinese Love-In With Boeing About to End?

October 24, 2018//-A Chinese airline that’s been an exclusive operator of Boeing Co. jets for more than 30 years is in talks with Airbus SE on a potential plane purchase, amid growing trade tensions between Beijing and the U.S., according to people familiar with the matter.

How to Improve Airline Customer-loyalty Programmes

October 15, 2018//-Without a new approach, airline loyalty programs risk alienating many customers. Since American Airlines created the industry’s first successful customer-loyalty program, in 1981, almost every carrier has followed suit.

3 More Domestic Airlines to Start Operations Dec

Accra, Ghana, October 11, 2018//-Aviation Minister Joseph Adda has directed the aviation industry regulator, the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), to ensure that it works assiduously to ensure that the three new airlines undergoing certification become operational by December.

Regional Airports Ramping Up Growth

October 8, 2018//-There are over 500 airports across Europe with scheduled capacity of 100,000 seats or more.

Singapore Unveils Plans for Regional Hydrogen-Electric Passenger Aircraft

October 4, 2018//-After 12 years developing hydrogen propulsion systems for small unmanned aircraft, HES Energy Systems has unveiled its plans for Element One, the world’s first regional hydrogen-electric passenger aircraft.

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