Aviation: Europe dumps old Aircraft on Africa then blacklist Airlines that buy them say expert

Just like other products, Africa has become a scrapyard for aircraft that have outlived their usefulness in Europe, Thabani Mthiyane, CEO of South Africa’s Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS) has said, calling on leaders on the continent to take their seat at the decision making table. In an interview with the B&FT in Accra, Thabani Mthiyane, who is also the […]

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African: Ghana upgrades Aviation facilities as New laws approved

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is assiduously developing the Ghana Aviation Training Academy (GATA) into a regional Aviation training academy to attract people from the sub region, Mr Simon Allotey, GCAA Managing Director has said. The Authority has been designated by the African Regional Aviation Safety Group as the lead organisation to assist states with significant aviation safety concerns […]

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Dirty fight by Airlines for Nigeria’s sky and forex

By Louis Odion Anyone still doubting the manipulative influence of multinationals in the political economy of Third World countries like Nigeria only needs to pay more attention to dispatches from our aviation sector lately. With the nation falling on hard times in the last eighteen months over the steep drop in oil price and the $28b foreign reserve barely enough […]

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