Category archives for: Aviation

Ghana To Open Wa Airport to Commercial Flights Soon

Accra, Ghana, September 4, 2019//-Ghana’s Ministry of Aviation today announced plans to open the Wa Airport in the Upper West Region to commercial flights by Africa World Airlines (AWA) on October 15, 2019.

China Has Taken A Different Route To Involvement In African Aviation

Ethiopia’s national carrier is a key link between China and Africa. Wikimedia Commons Gordon Pirie, University of Cape Town September 2, 2019//-China has been a latecomer to African aviation. Even though Ethiopian Airlines started flying to China in November 1973, there were few other air links between Africa and China for 30 years.

Uganda Revives its National Airline

August 27, 2019//-Uganda has revived its national carrier, Uganda Airlines, 18 years after it was grounded.

Mauritian Emerged as the Winner of the 55 Voices for Africa Competition

Kigali, Rwanda, August 27, 2019/ — Shareefa Youshna Jewan from Mauritius has emerged as the winner of the 55 Voices for Africa (55Voices4Africa) writing competition conducted under the #VisaFreeAfrica (VFA) initiative.

Hong Kong Protests Ground SAA Flights

Johannesburg, South Africa, August 12, 2019// – South African Airways (SAA) has suspended services to Hong Kong following protests in the Asian destination.

‘Aviation is the Next Growth Pole’

Accra, Ghana, August 9, 2019//-The on-going reforms in the aviation sector and adoption of innovative ways to attract private capital will make it the next growth pole, capable of stimulating economic development in allied businesses such as the tourism, transport and hospitality sub-sectors, Aviation Minister, Joseph Kofi Adda, has said.

West Blue Calls for Independent Institution to Audit IT Service Providers at Ghana’s Port

Accra, Ghana, August 8, 2019//-West Blue Consulting, IT service providers for the Customs Division of GRA, has called for an overarching independent institution that would be responsible for setting standards and auditing performance of technical providers in the clearance chain to meet approved targets and also address challenges with the assistance of existing data.

Necessity Innovation and E-Visas, Why its Urgent for Ghana

Accra, Ghana, August 2, 2019//-Behind closed doors braining storming as a team at the Chamber for Tourism Industries Ghana as to what do to make the tourism industry better, we come across two words which led us to write this article; Necessity Innovation and E-Visa.

India’s National Airline Set to Start Direct Flights to Kenya

July 24, 2019//-Air India, the national carrier of India, is set to resume direct flights between Mumbai and Nairobi from September 27.

AviaDev Forges Partnership with China to Further Develop African Aviation

July 22, 2019//-AviaDev Africa announced a strategic partnership with AT@China Forum, 2019 Aviation and Tourism Forum China, which is the ideal place to meet and develop network with Chinese airports, airlines and destinations.

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