Kenya Airways (KQ) continues its push for partnerships and is reactivating a codeshare with Royal Air Maroc (RAM). The two carriers put ink to paper on December 6, signing an agreement to resume a codeshare that collapsed in 2019. Kenya Airways and Royal Air Maroc...
Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways have announced a new strategic partnership that, eventually, will expand into an almost worldwide codeshare arrangement. Depending on regulatory approval to confirm the Memorandum of Understanding, the first phase will start in the...
Italian media speculate that Lufthansa is looking for a new partner to acquire a majority stake in ITA Airways. The name that is mentioned most often is that of the Italian railway company Ferrovie Dello State Italiane, or FS for short. ITA Airways’ future now...
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...
Flag carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) says it will launch a four-times-weekly service between the coastal city of Mombasa and Dubai starting December 15. The service will be operated using a Boeing 737-800 and increases KQ’s frequencies to Dubai to fourteen round...
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