Category archives for: Aviation

Ghana Airport Company MD Sacked  

Accra, Ghana, January 18, 2019//-The Managing Director of the Ghana Airport Company, John Dekyem Attafuah has been sacked in another unexpected round of a non-ministerial reshuffle.

Heathrow Airport: Drone Sighting Halts Departures

January 8, 2019//-Departures at Heathrow were temporarily stopped after a drone was reported to have been sighted.

More Than 750 Million People Around the World Would Migrate if They Could

January 4, 2019//-Have you ever considered moving permanently to a new country? If the answer is yes, you’re far from alone. A new poll reveals that 15% of the global population – over 750 million people – would migrate if they could. 

Domestic Flights Fares Rise Faster Than Bus Rates During Xmas

January 3, 2019//-Domestic flight fares rose the highest ahead of Christmas compared to international plane charges and local bus rates on increased demand for flying on routes like Kisumu and Mombasa, official data show.

Moroccan Airports Authority Partners with National Aviation Services to Bring Innovation to Airports

Casablanca, Morocco, December 12, 2018/ — The Moroccan Airports Authority (ONDA) has partnered with National Aviation Services (NAS), the fastest growing aviation services provider in the emerging markets to launch the first electronic gates (E-gates) at the Pearl Lounge in the Marrakech Menara Airport departures area.

AviaDev Europe Returns to Valencia Next Year

December 4, 2018//-Turismo Valencia, Ajuntament de Valencia, Region of Valencia and Aeroporto Castellon confirmed AviaDev Europe will return to Valencia in 2019. 

Rolls-Royce, Others Celebrate Delivery of First A330neo Aircraft

November 26, 2018//-Rolls-Royce today joined TAP Air Portugal and Airbus to celebrate delivery of the first A330neo aircraft to enter service, which is powered by Trent 7000 engines.

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.

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