The future of South African Airways (SAA) remains blurred. While the government stresses that the takeover deal with Takatso Consortium for a 51 percent share is not at risk, other reports state that the consortium has yet to raise the required ZAR 3.0 billion to...
IATA Vice President for Africa and the Middle East Kamil Al-Awadhi is willing to “name and shame”, as he embarks on a 68-point Marshall plan to lift African aviation performance to match closer to its latent potential. It is a herculean task that demands getting...
Low vaccination rates and persistent internal barriers are a drag on the recovery of African air traffic with RPKs lagging 48% below 2019 levels. Ticket bookings for 1Q22 were only 57% of pre-crisis levels, reflecting subdued intra-African travel as many countries...
Africa remains the biggest revenue driver of three of the continent’s prominent carriers, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, and South African Airways. Their revenues highlight the important role that various countries play in keeping the carriers afloat. Industry...
The frequent changes in airlines management have called to question the focus of Uganda Airlines to provide seamless air transport services. The carrier three days ago unveiled a new board of directors, three months after the old board and the Chief Executive Officers...
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