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Aviation fuel prices up again in Uganda

UGANDA (eTN) - Alongside low supplies to the market for all white fuel products, including

RwandAir replaces foreign chartered airlines for troop transport

(eTN) - Having acquired additional aircraft in recent months, the Rwandan national airline, RwandAir, has won a bid to fly peacekeeping troops from Kigali to Darfur, where the country maintains a majo

GOL announces IATA membership

SAO PAULO - Latin American airline, GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA, announced today that it has joined the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an international trade body representing a

New group tourism charter is widely welcomed

The launch of the European Tour Operators Association’s (ETOA) Charter for Successful Tourism in conjunction with European Cities Marketing (ECM) and the International Road Transport Union (IRU) was

New fuel depot in Seychelles meets environmental best practice

Praslin, La Digue, and other nearby inhabited islands will benefit from shorter access to fuels and gas, now that a new depot was opened mid last week by President Michel.

Uganda shilling continues to fall

Since last week, the Uganda Shilling has continued its downward trend, breaking the psychologically important 2,100 mark versus one US dollar, with the UK pound and the euro making similar gains.

Exploring the future of travel and transport

Aircruise - a giant, vertical airship powered by natural energy and designed to carry travelers in style and luxury - was introduced today by the design and innovation company, Seymourpowell.

Ministers and top business leaders to discuss global transport in the...

The International Transport Forum (ITF) in Leipzig, Germany convened today, bringing together 52 ministers and top business leaders from around the world at the political highlight of the forum.

Air Transport Association leads coalition in call for solutions to energy...

WASHINGTON, DC - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the major US airlines, today launched a broad coalition effort urging Congress to immediately find bipartisan solutions to the worldwide surge in oil prices and decline in the US economy. ATA is joined by key industries, labor and consumer groups in this initiative.

International Transport Forum 2008 opened in Germany

The Secretary General of the International Transport Forum, Jack Short, along with Leipzig's mayor, Burkhard Jung, opened the International Transport Forum 2008 in Leipzig yesterday with a tour of the concurrent exhibition.