Shifts towards new market policies, airline behavior, operation models, and governance are clearly pointing towards a consolidated African aviation sector. Accelerated by the pandemic, what were once loose discussions around the formation of mutual pan-African...
Airlines inside and outside Africa are upbeat about the growing opportunities and huge potential in the continent’s aviation industry. Driving this growth is Qatar Airways as it adds more routes on the continent and scales up its operations by acquiring or forging...
RwandAir and Qatar Airways have signed a comprehensive codeshare agreement that will offer travelers more choice, service, and greater connectivity. The agreement was signed today in Boston on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting. The codeshare is a next...
Africa’s most profitable airline, Ethiopia Airlines has taken positive steps to promote travel and air service connectivity throughout the pandemic. This includes accepting vaccinated travelers without restrictions, managing the cost of PCR testing to ensure it is...
Many years ago, African airlines dominated the skies of Africa. Gross mismanagement and corruption saw the end of promising airlines like Nigeria Airways, Ghana Airways, Air Afrique, and others that connected the continent. Worried by the situation, leaders in the...
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