Category archives for: Aviation

Tough Visa Rules for African Students Seeking to Study in U.S

September 27, 2020//-President Donald Trump’s government is planning to bar East African students from pursuing degrees in the US by limiting their stay in the country.

MPA Thermocheck: A Novelty Making A Big Impact in the Fight Against COVID-19 at Ghana’s Airport

Accra, Ghana, September 22, 2020//-In February, 2020, an idea was conceived to solve a problem that had been identified at the Kotoka International Airport. 

Gov’t Can’t Label Money Accrued from Airport Covid-19 Testing as Achievement – Minority Leader

Tamale, Northern Region, Ghana, September 22, 2020//-Ghana’s Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu says the Akufo-Addo government cannot use money accrued from Covid-19 testing at the airport as one of its successes.

Kenya Airways to Resume Tanzania Flights after Lifting of Covid-19 Ban

September 17, 2020//-Kenya Airways (KQ) will resume flights to Tanzania on Monday bringing to an end a dispute that has lasted nearly two months over the management of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Further Easing Restrictions: Ghana Reopens Kotoka International Airport

Accra, Ghana, August 31, 2020//-Ghana has reopened its Kotoka International Airport to international travelers after five months of closure.

Tanzania Bans Three More Kenyan Airlines Over Covid Protocols

August 27, 2020//-Tanzania has banned three more Kenyan airlines from its airspace as the standoff over the management of Covid-19 escalates.

How Health Systems Can Adopt a Growth Transformation in the COVID-19 World

August 25, 2020//-COVID-19’s unprecedented impact on health, economies, and daily life has created a humanitarian crisis.

Ghana: Gov’t to Construct Airport in Cape Coast to Boost Tourism

Cape Coast, Central Region, August 22, 2020//-Ghana’s Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has announced that the government would construct a new harbour and an Airport in Cape Coast, the  central regional capital, if given another four year mandate in the upcoming December elections.

Ghana: Positive COVID-19 Persons to Wear Tracking Device

Accra, Ghana, August 21, 2020//-If players in the aviation, immigration and health sector firm up government’s decision to re-opening of the borders – hopefully by September 1 as the President stated – any person who tests positive on arrival into Ghana and asked to self-quarantine may be required to wear a tracking device.

Health Checklist to Help Airlines Implement ICAO’s COVID-19 Guidance

Montreal, Canada, August 18, 2020/ — The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released an airline self-assessment health checklist to support the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Take-off: Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis.

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