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(eTN) - Precision Air today announced a review of their 5-year strategic plan as part of their intended expansion into new markets. After three months on the job, Ms.
(eTN) - Sharp differences in opinion emerged in the Tanzanian parliament this week when the Minister for Transport, Dr.
(eTN) - The news coming from Johannesburg, that South African Airways (SAA) is due to take progressive delivery of 20 Airbus A320 aircraft, will serve as a reminder for other African airlines that sit
(eTN) - Fly 540 and FastJet have dropped their mutual court action, which reflected widely different understandings and perceptions on the state of their agreements of cooperation and sale of shares.
(eTN) - Warned severely over their choice of partner in East Africa for their attempt to form a Pan African LCC network, FastJet is now paying the price for dismissing out-of-hand information availed
(eTN) - While Asia seems to be the present focus of airline alliances, and for good reasons considering the huge growth markets of China and India – the latter rapidly liberalizing now and offering
(eTN) - The halt of operations by Jetlink, one of Kenya’s leading privately-owned airlines, has not only stunned Kenyans but also exposed a weak link in the relations between Kenya and South Sudan,
(eTN) - Airline sources in Tanzania have indicated fresh interest by airlines in flying to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO), following the successful market entry by Qatar Airways (QR) on July
VICTORIA, Seychelles - The 7th Routes Africa opened today in the Kempinski Resort Hotel in the Seychelles, with a high-level Strategy Forum that dealt with the key issues in African aviation including
TANZANIA (eTN) – Ahead of the crucial aviation and airline’s executive gathering, Routes Africa 2012, which is scheduled to take place at the mid-Indian Ocean island of Seychelles this weekend to
TANZANIA (eTN) - While aviation and airline professionals are set for the seventh edition of the Routes Africa 2012 Forum in the mid-Indian Ocean islands of Seychelles, eTN spoke to Mr.
Routes Africa 2012, which will take place in Seychelles from July 8 to 10, will for the first time witness the attendance of the largest group of airlines with 16 carriers having already registered fo
(eTN) - Readers of newspapers will wake up this Monday morning to news that the Lagos crash of Dana Air, which operates on the route between Abuja and Lagos, has claimed 147 lives when all on board th
(eTN) - There are a few months to go before the Routes Africa 2012 forum takes place in the Seychelles, and Africa stands on big demands for aircraft, new trained pilots, and other cadres of aviation
Gerard Brown, Neil Mulligan, and Sajid Desai from Routes used the ITB 2012 Tourism Trade Fair in Berlin to meet with Alain St.Ange and Elsia Grandcourt from the Ministry of Tourism & Culture of the Se
(eTN) - Aviation in Kenya is generally a thriving industry with the number of aircraft registered and the daily flights recorded at the main airports, at Wilson, and across the entire country’s airf
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