Flight accident Ethiopian Airlines No. ET 302 (press release)

The CEO of the Ethiopian Airlines group deeply regrets the fatal accident of flight 302 of March 10, on a planned flight from Addis...

Olam will provisionally manage the Libreville airport

The Singaporean group Olam was appointed, at the end of the Council of Ministers on Thursday, to provisionally manage the Libreville Leon Mba International...

Turkish Airlines soon in the Angolan sky

Turkey's new ambassador to Angola, Alp Ay, declared on 22 January 2019 in Luanda that one of his priorities is to establish an air...

A new financial scandal at ASECNA

The Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) is again wet in a hijacking case. This time, a hole of...

240,000 passengers in addition to Abidjan airport

The international airport Felix Houphouet-Boigny (AERIA) reached a new milestone with 2.07 million passengers in 2017, 241,000 more than in 2016 when it hosted...

Chad: take off from Tchadia Airlines

The new Chadian airline, "Chadia Airlines", made its maiden flight this Monday, October 1st. 51% owned by the state and 49% by Ethiopian Airlines, it...

Pius Adesanmi, Nigerian writer aboard Ethiopian flight

Professor Pius Adesanmi was aboard the Boeing 737 Max of Ethiopian Airlines which crashed on the morning of 10 March in Addis Ababa. He...

Guinea: SOGEAC splashed by corruption scandal

The General Manager of the operating company of Conakry-Gbessia International Airport (SOGEAC), Oulaba Kabassan Keïta, has been facing charges of financial embezzlement for more...

Senegalair crash, a dependent investigation

Former Senior Legal Officer of the Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA), Djibril Birasse Bâ disputes the conclusions...

Towards a lowering of ground handling fees at Abidjan airport

The Kuwaiti firm NAS (National Aviation Service) concessionaire of the public service of assistance at the stop at the international airport of Abidjan, agreed...

Congo Airways acquires a fourth Airbus A 320

DR Congo's national airline, Congo Airways, has just acquired a fourth Airbus A 320, bringing to six the total number of aircraft of this...

Ethiopian Airlines and DHL initial joint venture agreement

DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, and Ethiopian Airlines have joined forces to create the largest...

Code Sharing Agreement between South African Airways (SAA) and Angola Airlines (TAAG)

The South African Airways (SAA) announced Friday, 13 January 2017, have signed with the airline company Angola Airlines (TAAG) a code-share agreement. The agreement, which...

Ethiopian accident: interrogation on the Boeing B737-800 Max

After the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash on March 10, a few minutes after take-off, reactions are immediate in the aeronautics and aviation...
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