Read for you : Kenya’s air travel industry to take 3 years to recover to pre-COVID-19 levels

Kenya’s domestic air travel operators on Wednesday said the industry could take up to three years to recover to pre-COVID-19 levels. Eutychus Waithaka, executive secretary of Kenya Association of Air Operators told Xinhua in Nairobi that out of the more than 1,200 aircrafts registered in the country, about 80 percent are not operational due to […]

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Read for you : Ghana To Deploy Freight Drones To Facilitate Trade

Ghana is expected to deploy freight drone technology in the coming years to facilitate the timely movement of goods within the country. This follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the country’s Aviation Ministry and International Freight Drone (IFD) organisation. IFD is expected to deploy freight drones that are capable of carrying […]

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Airport Dakar Blaise Diagne: Agents collect a large sum of money given to its owner, a passenger

Matar SENE / source : www.pressafrik.com This fact deserves to be pointed out because what we sometimes hear or what is often put forward are stolen luggage, things lost and not found in airports. This is certainly the reason for the letter of congratulations from the managing director of LAS (Limak-Aibd-Summa), airport manager in favor of […]

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Read for you – Central African Republic: concerns about the possible takeover of Bangui airport

source : rfi.fr The Asecna workers’ union is sounding the alarm, while the government wants to hand over the management and renovation of this airport to the Turkish group Damnus. They are worried that their jobs will disappear. Representatives of the Asecna [African Air Navigation Safety Agency], members of the commission set up by the Department […]

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Read for you/ Aviation Safety: For lack of authorization, ASECNA’s radar is on the ground since 2012

source : gabonreview.com As part of a project to acquire state-of-the-art radars and air traffic management systems for operational centres in some of its Member States, the African and Madagascar Air Navigation Safety Agency (Asecna) has equipped Gabon with a radar. Since 2012, it has still not been installed due to lack of site. In Gabon, […]

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Read for you: Air Burkina soon taken over by an American group

The Prime Minister, Christophe Joseph Marie Dabiré, met on Tuesday 20 October 2020 in the evening, with a delegation of the American group African Global Development, specialized in aeronautics. According to Phil Smartt, president of this group, the exchanges with the head of government focused on the signing of an agreement to acquire the national airline […]

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