The US plane manufacturer Boeing has recommended grounding dozens of its 777 aircraft around the world after one of the jets suffered an engine failure.
Arlette Tanga, president of the African Air and Space Law Association, says it’s a bad time for airlines once again.
The plane carrying UK’s Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh arrives at Eastleigh Airport in Nairobi in February 1952. Photo by: Bristol Archives/Universal Images Group via Getty Images Gordon Pirie, University of Cape Town Airport histories can be surprising. Changes to airport names may conceal stretches of their past. Thus, the colonial roots of […]
As a deadly second wave sweeps the continent Africa’s aviation sector is showing signs of recovery. But can an uptick in passenger traffic bring bankrupt African airlines back from the brink?
It is back to the drawing board for airlines in East Africa as a resurgence of Covid-19 further disrupts global travel amid the need to save jobs while turning cash positive.
Accra, Ghana, December 15, 2020//-The counting of the mandatory COVID-19 results for airline passengers to Ghana from the day the sample was taken, especially for those from the US, has caused some people to be stranded at airports whilst others are facing financial problems.
Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, December 5, 2020- Africa’s aviation industry represents a huge market that the continent’s airlines need to exploit more fully, with technology and AI offering the way forward for expansion, regional development experts said.