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Michael Jonga

Ethiopian Airlines resumes Cameroon & Saudi Arabia flight routes

As of July 16, Ethiopian Airlines will recommence its flight routes to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia‘s capital and to Jeddah, the country‘s commercial center. This comes after the carrier resumed its passenger...


Michael Jonga

Former Comair CEO eyes for new & efficient South African Airline

Given the recent events the industry has faced in the first half of 2020, many people would question the timing and strategy tied with a carrier launch especially in the African aviation sector as a m...


Michael Jonga

Royal Air Moroc gears up for 787 and 737 fleet sell-off

Having declared a state of emergency in mid-March and recording monthly losses of $109 million since the closure of its national borders, the Moroccan flag carrier has announced its intention to execu...


Michael Jonga

African aviation leaders call for a coordinated Industry restart

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), Airports Council International - Africa (ACI Africa) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regional Offices for African States ha...


Michael Jonga

African markets to record an $8 billion loss for 2020 – AFRAA

Earlier this week the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) released assessment data revealing the impact of COVID-19 on the African aviation market. The data from the press release reveals that the in...


Michael Jonga

Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines adapt fleets for cargo use

Following a recent statement made by IATA officials at a press briefing, the African aviation industry is said to experience a 51% reduction in traffic for 2020 which is set to possibly incur a $6 bil...


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Will Ethiopian Airlines Become New Emirates?

For a couple of years already Ethiopian Airlines is rapidly expanding and step by step entering the elite of aviation world. Currently, they are launching new routes and owns one of the newest fleets among airlines. What else have they prepared for us?...