South African low-cost carrier FlySafair, announced a service to Zanzibar starting in April, its second scheduled flight outside South Africa after Mauritius. South Africa’s FlySafair spreads its wings. Bookings for the route that starts April 8 with a same-day...
[UPDATE: This link is a worthwhile read to explain the chaos that is called South Africa] Another airline bites the dust. Comair is 76 years old and weathered many crises before. Based on the linked story, a large part of the collapse of the airline is due to its MAX...
African airports can affordably overcome “critical airport worker and capacity shortfalls” by rapidly adopting “trusted, secure cloud-based solutions,” says air transport industry IT and communications systems provider SITA. Citing the recent experiences in the UK...
UPDATE – For its failure to comply with safety, South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority has come hard on Comair’s operations by indefinitely grounding the entire carrier’s fleet. Thousands of passengers were left stranded and irate after the aviation...
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...
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