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KENYA AIRWAYS MAKES NORTH AERICAN DEBUT IN LAST QUARTERS 2018

  Kenya airways have reported that it will make its North American inception in the last quarter of the year 2018. The Kenyan carrier will have a daily non-stop flights between Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta and New York JFK, operations would start from October.  The carrier used for this operation is the B787 -8. According to Kenya Airways Group Managing... More

East Africa rejoices for Kenya – US direct flight

  In East Africa, Officials from the governments and aviation companies managing the region have responded enthusiastically to the fact that the Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) has attained its Category One status. There by saying that there will be a direct flight between Kenya and the US. The development according to... More

Rhenus takes over the Brazilian company Pirâmide SeaAir

  The Rhenus Group enhanced its network of business sites in Brazil by taking over Pirâmide SeaAir Comércio Exterior in January 2018. In addition to the company headquarters in the major city of São Paulo, Pirâmide SeaAir has branches at Guarulhos and Viracopos airports as well as the port of Santos. Pirâmide SeaAir has been operating as... More

The region’s largest construction conference & exhibition retur...

  Dar Construction Expo is the region’s largest construction, engineering and design conference and exhibition. In 2017 it attracted over 3,200 visitors, more than 100+ businesses exhibited and many major house builders and contractors attended. For this year 2018, the expo and conference will take place in three major Regions in Tanzania,... More

East Africa welcomes Kenya to US direct flight

  Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) has reached its Category One status enabling the airline for direct flights between Kenya and US. Government Officials from East Africa and aviation companies that have been operating in the region have welcomed this development, saying it will boost trade, tourism and customer satisfaction. Nairobi has... More

IATA shows improvements of Air Cargo in November

  The demand growth for Air Cargo has edged up in November notwithstanding a slowdown in October and the measures are suggesting the sector has passed a recurring growth. Figures shown from IATA are air cargo traffic in freight tonne km (FTK) terms that has increased by 8.8% year on year in November compared with the 5.8% rise recorded in October. While... More

Zakari encourages aviation experts on error-free data

  During the opening ceremony of the 2nd Aviation Statistical Committee meeting in Keffi, Nassarawa State recently, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Transportation, Sabiu Zakari, has made demands from the Aviation Statistical Committee, to give précised and authentic information concerning the aviation industry so as to support the... More

Dana airline makes top 50 brands for the third time uninterruptedly

  Dana Air, a supplementary of the Dana Group of companies, has made her company proud has it is part of the top 50 brands in 2017 when it comes to the world of aviation for the third time consecutively. The airline has made a name among the top 50 during the Brands Nigeria Leadership Forum held recently in Lagos. The airline is noticed for its... More

Supporters of Ibom deep seaport publicize plans of multi billion naira...

  The supporters of the Ibom Deep Seaport (IDS) publicized their plans on how to get professional developers and operators for the enforcement of the multi-billion naira project this year. Means to achieve thousands of direct and indirect employment in the pre-construction, construction and post-construction stages, the supporters of the IDS said... More

Tunisia’s Express Air Cargo plans to expand services in 2018

  This year Tunisia-based Express Air Cargo has plans to add four new aircraft to its fleet, permitting it to enlarge the services it provides to African destinations. Starting January, the airline will bring forth 21 new services to the reach of countries in the west and central Africa. Three of these services will cover Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon. These... More

Tunisia to launch 25 new air cargo routes starting January 2018

  On Tuesday, the Tunisian Airline Express Air Cargo made an announcement of the launch of 25 air cargo routes from Tunisia to other African countries, starting from January 2018. The company’s Chief Executive Officer Anis Riahi said that 21 services will cover “a wide range of countries in Central and West Africa.” Also there... More

ETHIOPIAN AIRLINE SUBLETS TWO FREIGHTERS TO GECAS

  A division of the Ethiopian airlines group, (Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services) has devoted it’s time to sublet their first two Boeing 737-800 freighters (737-800SF) to Aeronautical Engineers from GECAS. The freighters which would be used for delivery would make its first delivery in June of 2018, while the second delivery would be in... More

Cargo owners to enjoy three months flat rate of promotional tariff

  Recently at the Mombasa port, the arrival of the first consignment of 52 export containers was ferried on the standard gauge railway (SGR) The managing director of Kenya Railways, Atanas Maina, made mention that most of the containers were exports by logistics firm Bolore Africa and that the containers loaded some items which belonged to three... More

Maritime trade hits 10.28m tonnes; transit trade however declines

  In Ghana the total volume of goods shipped through the country’s two seaports grown from  5.45 per cent in the first half of 2017 to 10.28 million tonnes in spite of a 1.27 per cent decline in transit trade. The growth was influenced by corresponding increment in exports and imports. The development of this shipment was also in spite of... More

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Latest News KENYA AIRWAYS MAKES NORTH AERICAN DEBUT IN LAST QUARTERS 2018

  Kenya airways have reported that it will make its North American inception in the last quarter of the year 2018. The Kenyan carrier will have a daily non-stop flights between Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta and New York JFK, operations would start from October.  The carrier used for this operation is the B787 -8. According to Kenya Airways Group Managing Director and CEO Sebastian Mikosz , he said in a statement how exciting the moment is going to be for the airline. “It fits within our strategy to attract corporate and high-end tourism traffic from the world to Kenya and Africa. This is... More

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