African Aviation: Ghana’s New terminal to improve travelling experience-KLM Boss

The new terminal under construction at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA), when completed, will improve the traveling experience and offer convenience to airlines, according to Axel Metselaar-Country Manager Air France-KLM Ghana. “I think from a product perspective we can all gain with it. Of course this terminal that we are using now is saturated, it is sometimes crowded — especially […]

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Aviation in Africa: Has The forex crisis driven United Airlines out of Nigeria?

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… as British Airways re-evaluate Nigerian route United Airlines, one of the US carriers flying to Nigeria has hinted its customers in the country that it will soon cease flight operations to the country from the 30th of June 2016. The airlines said the last flight from Houston to Lagos will operate on June 29th, 2016 and Lagos to Houston […]

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African aviation: The Many Woes of EgyptAir


By Friday Nwosu These are certainly not the best of times for one of Africa’s largest carriers-EgyptAir, as Egypt’s national carrier continues to struggle with the challenge of terrorism which has been trailing its operations. The Star Alliance member has been finding it difficult to shake off terrorist groups of its tail. Egypt Air known for its frequent hijack cases […]

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