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IATA calls for global commitment to environmentally friendly aviation fuel

  The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has emphasised the aviation industry’s commitment to its emissions reduction goals.  It also called for the International Energy

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With flight resumption, UK To restart Visa applications in Nigeria soon

In March, the Nigerian Government had stopped international flights as one of the measures to curb the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country. With the resumption

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COVID 19: Flights, railways, sports clubs, others resume in Morocco

Morocco will further loosen lockdown measures for the services sector and domestic transport starting June 24, the government said on Sunday. Cafes, restaurants, sports clubs,

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IATA Predicts Global Aviation Industry Losses To Top $84B In 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released its financial outlook for the global air transport industry showing that airlines are expected to lose $84.3

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South African Govt, Labour Union team up on New Airline

South Africa’s Public Enterprises Department and labour unions are working together on a business model for a new national carrier that will replace the beleaguered

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Nigeria Finally tackles poor navigational infrastructure with CAT 3 Instrument Landing System in 2 Airports

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has commissioned its newly installed Category 3 Instrument Landing System (ILS) at Runway 18 Right, Murtala Muhammed International Airport,

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African Airlines Spend about $3.5bn Yearly Overseas on Maintenance

Investigations reveal that expenditure by airlines for maintenance, training of personnel and funds repatriated by foreign airlines yearly has been put at $3.5 billion,  The

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Rwanda, Tunisia Sign Bilateral Aviation partnership

Rwanda and Tunisia recently signed two milestone agreements on civil aviation, marking an important step to upgrade the rules and standards for flights between the

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Qatar Airways acquires 49 per cent stake in Rwanda’s national carrier

Gulf carrier, Qatar Airways recently acquired 49% stake in Rwanda’s national carrier, Rwand Air as it prepares to deepen its African operation in the aviation

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Poor weather disrupts flight operations across West Africa

Due to extremely poor visibility conditions throughout the West African region, a large number of flights are experiencing significant disruptions, including delays, cancellations and diversions.