Uganda Airlines has advanced plans to join the African Airlines Association, AFRAA Joint Fuel Purchase program, to mitigate the impact of the high jet fuel prices on its cost base. Fuel as a component now accounts for 52 percent of the cost base, up from 30 to 40...
African airlines are gradually recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic as the continent’s capacity in February has reached 64 percent compared to the same month in 2019. This is actually heartwarming for the airlines that have had to struggle to wriggle out of the...
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, which has ravaged many economies with Africa among the worst hit, the continent’s air travel could help to create at least 160.000 jobs and $1.5 billion more in economic growth, according to African Airlines Association (AFRAA). The...
The future of African carriers looks bleak no thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic which is exacerbated by the Omicron variant. This has led to many European, North American nations imposing a travel ban on many parts of Southern African countries of South Africa,...
Africa’s most profitable airline, Ethiopia Airlines has taken positive steps to promote travel and air service connectivity throughout the pandemic. This includes accepting vaccinated travelers without restrictions, managing the cost of PCR testing to ensure it is...
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