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Suspended! Fastjet airline services in Tanzania

Fastjet airline officials said late last week that its flights would be canceled through the end of January.

New airport lounge opens in Seychelles

One million passengers pass through the Seychelles airport each year.

Uganda needs comprehensive tourism visibility strategy

Google about Uganda and only the bad things will appear, every bad thing about Uganda appears on the net and we only hear about Lake Victoria when there is a tragedy.

Doha to Mombasa now connecting Kenya with the Qatar Airways global...

Qatar Airways’ first non-stop flight from Doha to Mombasa, Kenya landed today at Moi International Airport, marking the airline’s second gateway in Kenya. Qatar Airways flight QR1333, operated by an Airbus A320, departed Hamad International Airport (HIA) on Sunday 9 December at 02:30 and arrived at Moi International Airport at 08:40, where it was welcomed with a celebratory water cannon salute.

New Pakistani airlines ‘unlikely’ to launch due to strict aviation policy,...

According to senior Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority official, new domestic airlines, which obtained licences in recent past, are 'unlikely' to start operations in Pakistan...

Seychelles’ Alain St. Ange captures Uganda Civil Aviation Conference

Seychelles’ former Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, Alain St. Ange, was invited to deliver the keynote address at yesterday’s Uganda Civil Aviation Authority’s Aviation Stakeholders Breakfast meeting.

IATA chief: CAA’s proposals do not address Heathrow cost issues

GENEVA, Switzerland - In response to the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) initial price proposals for London airports, Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO of the International Air Tr

North and East African countries meet in Seychelles regarding flight safety...

A group of North and Eastern African countries are participating in the 9th NAFISAT (Northern African and Indian Ocean telecommunications via satellite) meeting, which will be held at the Kempinski Se

South Sudan establishes independent Civil Aviation Authority

(eTN) - South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir issued a decree earlier this week, establishing the country’s Civil Aviation Authority while at the same time appointing General Agasio Akol as the first

Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority tells FastJet to pay up or else

(eTN) – In spite of denying liability for legacy debts incurred by Fly540 Tanzania before FastJet took over that company in 2012, the trend is now clear that the Tanzanian authorities, led by the Ta

Entebbe air show set for December 15-16

UGANDA (eTN) - Uganda’s Civil Aviation Authority is partnering to put together a show case aviation event on the weekend of December 15 and 16, bringing together the aviation industry to give Uganda

Creditors move on Jetlink to protect their claims

(eTN) - The High Court in Nairobi has granted what must be the first of several applications by creditors of grounded privately-owned Kenyan airline, Jetlink, as the owners of four of the carrier’s

UK Civil Aviation Authority investigating phony airline

Fair Airways UK is advertising for staff on its website and candidates must pay £75 up-front.

Baton passes to Uganda for next Routes Africa

After a successful Routes Africa, the joint hosts of the 2012 event, the Seychelles Tourism Board and the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), have officially handed over the event to the Civil

Congo CAA grows teeth, grounds 29 planes

(eTN) - A Goma-based aviation source in periodic contact with this correspondent has told the story of Congo’s Civil Aviation Authority, in a flurry of apparently renewed activity, grounding some 29

Air traffic for Kigali to grow by 50 percent in 2012

(eTN) - The Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority has projected a growth in flight movements in and out of Kigali’s Kanombe International Airport by 50 percent in 2012, suggesting that the present level o

Civil Aviation Authority licensing meeting set in Uganda

UGANDA (eTN) - The upcoming licensing committee meeting of the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) Board of Directors will hear applications from 12 airlines on November 24, when one of the rare meetin

Emirates residents oppose full body scanners at airports

DUBAI, UAE - The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA)’s proposal to commission full body scanners at airports across the country to enhance safety and security is not exactly finding favour w

Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority trains more in emergency response

(eTN) - Airport personnel at Kanombe International Airport and also staff from several airlines, including RwandAir and Akagera Aviation among others, were trained during the past two weeks in emergen

No foul play in Uganda CAA tender award

(eTN) - "That was pure malice from complainants and frankly incompetence from the PPDA [Public Procurement Disposal of Public Assets Authority] for falling into that trap in the first place," was the

Entebbe International cleared as an A380 emergency landing airport

(eTN) - The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) over the weekend released information that the airport was cleared by an inspection panel of Emirates, Dubai’s award-winning airline, to serve as an emerge

Uganda Civil Aviation Authority responds to airline complaints

UGANDA (eTN) - Complaints voiced during the week by international and local air operators, coming together under the platform of the "air operators committee," about standards and services rendered by

Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority to consider applications

(eTN) - Applicants for air service licenses (ASL) and licenses for ground handling and other service elements in aviation, including maintenance (MRO) and training facilities were yesterday invited by

Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority wishing warm welcome to delegations flying in...

The Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) has joined the national bandwagon eager to make the 2011 Seychelles "Carnaval International de Victoria" a success by taking its position as the first co

Aviation news: Rwanda benefits from passenger traffic growth

(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
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