The removal of eleven African countries from the United Kingdom’s Red List is resulting in a return of air travel by many Africans, particularly from Nigeria and Southern Africa. UK carriers British Airways and Virgin Atlantic have reestablished services and are...
A huge reprieve came the way of African airlines following the removal of many of the countries from the United Kingdom’s red list. Nigeria, South Africa, Eswatini, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Lesotho, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe had found themselves on 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,...
Franco-Italian aircraft manufacturer ATR has finalized the sale of three ATR 72-600 aircraft to the Gabon-based Afrijet who will use the aircraft to replace part of its ATR 72-500 fleet. From the second aircraft onwards, these ATR 72-600 would be equipped with the...
Niger, Liberia, Guinea Bissau, Senegal, Bangui, Sierra Leone, Republic of Congo, and Nigeria top the list of African countries with high airport taxes. These airport taxes are as high as some European countries that have met stiff resistance from the International Air...
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