Aviation: Ethiopian Signs Codeshare Agreement with Air Namibia

Ethiopian Signs Codeshare Agreement with Air Namibia Africa’s largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, concluded a codeshare agreement with Air Namibia. The codeshare agreement covers Ethiopian thrice weekly services to Windhoek and the services of both airlines beyond their respective hubs. The agreement will allow both airlines to expand their global network through the services of each airline and also facilitate […]

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Aviation: Air Namibia and Turkish Airlines sign codeshare agreement

Air Namibia and Turkish Airlines sign codeshare agreement Air Namibia (SW) and Turkish Airlines (TK) signed a codeshare agreement within yesterday. The agreement that will be effective as from March 1st, covers routes between Turkey and Namibia, and set to expand the travel opportunities for the passengers of two airlines. The signing ceremony took place at Turkish Airlines’ Headquarters in […]

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Africa: In Response to Ethiopia-Namibia flights South Africa ties up 5th freedom with Namibia

South Africa and Namibia have signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) to strengthen the already existing civil aviation relations between the two countries. Transport Minister Dipuo Peters and Namibia’s Minister of Works and Transport, Alpheus Naruseb, signed the agreement on Thursday in Pretoria. “Our air service arrangements are liberal, with our designated airlines allowed to, among others, operate an […]

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African Aviation: African Airlines may lose $500m this year

Air Namibia is not in isolation as a loss-making airline as airlines across the continent are expected to report a combined loss of US$500 million in 2016. This is in contrast to all other regional airline groupings, consisting of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Latin America, which are expected to report a collective profit of over US$39 […]

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