The Colombian carriers Avianca and Viva are increasing the connectivity between Colombia and Mexico by announcing new routes. In the last few months, the aviation market between both countries has become very interesting to watch. Avianca and Viva increase...
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,...
One of the biggest problems for African carriers is attributed to inappropriate aircraft use or the acquisition of aircraft that are not efficient for the type of operations undertaken. The Nigerian aviation industry and indeed Africa’s aviation industry is replete...
Nigeria is inching towards concession of four of its major airports as Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Mr. Hadi Sirika disclosed that the responses to the request for pre-qualification by highly reputable international airport operators across the globe. This is...
Africa’s intricate air connectivity was reduced as Independent regional airline Airlink today launched a new direct three-times-weekly service between Johannesburg and Luanda, Angola. The service is operated with a 98-seat Embraer E-190. Airlink Chief Executive...
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