There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
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    Ethiopian Airlines Expands Wide Body Fleet with up to 20 Boeing 777-9 Deal, Becomes First African Customer

    The Boeing 777X is the plane of superlatives! It will be the longest plane in the world at 77 meters. It Set to enter service in 2025 after several years of delay. Powered by two GE9X engines, currently the largest in the industry with a diameter of 3.40 meters. And most impressively, its wingtips will be foldab

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    05-03-2024

    Libya : EgyptAir Resumes Regular Flights to Misrata After 10 Years of Absence

    In a significant development marking a milestone in aviation relations between Egypt and Libya, EgyptAir has resuscitated its regular flights to the city of Misrata after a decade-long hiatus. This strategic move comes as part of EgyptAir's ongoing efforts to expand its operations and reconnect with key destinations in the reg

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    04-03-2024

    Irish lessor Airborne Capital secures an African client to home a portion of its Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleet  

    With a fleet comprising nearly 45 aircraft, including six Boeing 737 MAX 8s, Airborne Capital, despite its prior limited presence in Africa, now sets its sights on expanding its footprint and thriving in this burgeoning market.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    04-03-2024

    RwandAir Suspends Mumbai Flights

    RwandAir has announced the suspension of all flights to and from Mumbai, India, effective March 15, 2024, as part of its ongoing service enhancement strategy.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    04-03-2024

    Turbulent Turmoil: Air Mauritius Axes Croatian CEO Krešimir Kučko After Suspension

    Air Mauritius CEO, Krešimir Kučko, has had his contract suspended and not renewed, as per a statement addressed to employees on Friday, March 1, 2024.The airline's board of directors informed that Kučko's contract, in line with the Workers' Rights Act, expired at the end of February.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    01-03-2024

    Gabon's Afrijet Receives Green Light to Operate in Bangui

    Afrijet, a Gabonese airline, is set to commence operations in the Central African Republic (CAR).Its designation as the chosen carrier was solidified through the bilateral air services agreement formalized on February 29, 2024.between the Ministers of Aviation of CAR, Gontran Djono-Ahaba, and Gabon, Loïc Moudouma Ndinga. This

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    01-03-2024

    Kenya’s Transafrican Air (TAA) Welcomes Additional BAe ATP Cargo  

    Transafrican Air (TAA) is currently the largest global operator of BAe ATP Cargo aircraft,a cornerstone in its air freight operations. Originating from the 1980s, this plane continues to drive the logistical aspirations of the Kenyan carrier in the East African sub-region.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    01-03-2024

    Air Ghana Introduces a "New" Boeing 737-400F for Its Cargo Operations  

    After bidding farewell to its iconic and sole Boeing 737-400F in January, following a decade of service, Air Ghana was in search of a replacement.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    01-03-2024

    Backed by Chinese Expertise, Ethiopian Airlines Unveils Africa's Largest E-commerce Warehouse

    The largest airline in Africa, Ethiopian Airlines (ET), continues its expansion efforts with a focus on diversifying revenue streams and maintaining its leadership position. After two years of construction, Ethiopian Airlines officially opened its e-commerce warehouse on February 29, 2024, during a ceremony held

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Airlines
    29-02-2024

    Private Jets: The Major Asset of Sports Teams' Travel

    The global aviation industry is currently witnessing a remarkable surge in the travel of sports teams. The growing necessity to transport athletes and their equipment from point A to point B has led to a significant increase in private jet flights to meet the specific demands of this burgeoning segment.

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      Libya : EgyptAir Resumes Regular Flights to Misrata After 10 Years of Absence

      04-03-2024

      Irish lessor Airborne Capital secures an African client to home a portion of its Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleet  

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      Turbulent Turmoil: Air Mauritius Axes Croatian CEO Krešimir Kučko After Suspension

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      Gabon's Afrijet Receives Green Light to Operate in Bangui

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      Kenya’s Transafrican Air (TAA) Welcomes Additional BAe ATP Cargo  

      01-03-2024

      Air Ghana Introduces a "New" Boeing 737-400F for Its Cargo Operations  

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