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(eTN) - A regular aviation source in Dar es Salaam has, through third parties, passed his own views and that of several of his colleagues, even from other airlines, on the airport closure of Dar’s J
(eTN) - Next month will see the launch of RwandAir’s 13th destination across Africa when flights to Brazzaville, Congo, will commence.
(eTN) - The rise of Precision Air to the level of a quasi-national airline – in view of the decline of Air Tanzania over the past year – has brought new connections to the Tanzanian traveling publ
(eTN) - Last weekend saw a third brand-new, extra-long-range B777-200LR joined the Ethiopian Airlines (ET) fleet.
(eTN) - The US$5+ million maintenance hangar, built by Precision Air and due to be ready at the latest by March of this year, will most likely have to stand idle for some time longer, as the Tanzania
(eTN) - A case filed in the Tanzanian High Court in Dar es Salaam a few days ago, against the country’s leading airline Precision Air over an alleged claim of about US$230,000, has been called "friv
(eTN) - Airlines flying on Kenya’s domestic routes between Nairobi to Mombasa and Kisumu have filed a formal complaint with the Competition Authority over the national airline’s, Kenya Airways (KQ
(eTN) - Information received from Addis Ababa indicates that Ethiopian Airlines (ET) and Lufthansa (LH) last week signed an initial 5-year deal for the introduction and use of LH’s Lido/Take Off Per
PANAMA CITY, Panama - Copa Airlines announced today it will increase daily flight frequencies to several countries beginning June 2011.
(eTN) - Information was received last week that the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority’s income had risen substantially during 2010, largely as a result of more flights from abroad landing in Kigali an
(eTN) - A regular source from Arusha passed information over the weekend that the airstrip serving Klein’s Camp has been closed by the authorities.
(eTN) - East African Safari Air Express, airline coding B5, has halted all flights in the face of ever stiffer competition in particular on their route to Juba, Southern Sudan, and shrinking traffic t
(eTN) - News broke last weekend that Safari Plus, a locally registered safari or charter airline, will start air operations in early 2011 with a Beechcraft 1900 and a King Air 350B.
(eTN) - The annual report by the Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) showed a worrying trend for the year 2009, when a nearly 15 percent drop of aircraft movements was recorded from domestic, reg
(eTN) - Following a recent state visit by President Kagame to the Republic of Congo’s capital, Brazzaville, agreement has also been reached to commence air operations between the two capital cities.
(eTN) - A Soviet-era Antonov 24 turboprop aircraft, owned and operated by Tarco Air of Sudan, crashed mid last week while landing on an airstrip in Darfur.
(eTN) - Last week saw information coming from Addis Ababa that Ethiopian Airlines (ET), one of the oldest aviation companies on the African continent, has at last appointed their first lady captain, M