After announcing a service linking Nairobi to Dubai via Mombasa – and in a sign that African skies are finally starting to open up – flag carrier Kenya Airways says it is introducing a service that will link Nairobi to Dakar (Senegal) via Accra, starting...
Africa’s bid for open skies is finally on the take-off run, following the launch in Dakar on Monday of a pilot to kickstart the long-delayed Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM). In the shadows of the 23rd anniversary of the Yamoussoukro Decision, the launch...
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...
The Director-General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Willie Walsh said that the full implantation of ‘Open Skies’ otherwise known as the Single Africa Air Transport Market (SAATM) would be beneficial for the continent’s carriers and the huge...
Kenya Airways is developing a pan-African approach similar to Ethiopian Airlines to reduce poor flight connectivity in the region as the carrier is beginning to expand its frontiers. The approach is a response to the Covid-crisis, the airline’s CEO Allan Kilavuka...
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