Ethiopian Airlines will be increasing its frequency between Addis Ababa and Avinor Oslo Airport as of December 11. via eTurbo news
Seychelles via Addis Ababa to become a daily connection in December 2018 via Atta
Ethiopian Airlines has also announced that it will resume its flight to Mogadishu, Somalia, effective 2 November 2018. via Atta
easyJet and Airbus happy: Free landing rights at London Heathrow for one year via eTurbonews
More good news for those traveling between Somalisa and Victoria Falls, Safari Logistics has added an additional route to the 2019 Flight schedule. via Atta
Qatar Airways eyes direct Milan-Malindi route via Tourism Update
Airlines with the best Wi-Fi and in-flight tech via CNN
Turkish Airlines also to launch weekly flights between Lusaka and Istanbul via Lusaka Times
Airlink Introduces Business Class On Victoria Falls And Walvis Bay Routes via ATTA
Operations suspended at Olkiombo Airstrip, Kenya via Tourism Update
Kenya Airways now accepts Euros. via The Star
Luggage lost or damaged: A 6 billion dollar profit for airlines worldwide? via e Turbo news
Ever so slightly random but we think this still qualifies for aviation right? Just a video… FROM SPACE… of a rocket taking off from earth.
The inaugural direct flight between Kenya and the United States is 10 days away, but the vibe around it has warmed US travelers who, according to the New York Times, have made Kenya a hot-ticket destination rivaling Mexico, Italy, and Europe, generally.
Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala on Thursday announced that Tui Fly, an international charter flight will launch two new flights into Mombasa from next week leading to an increase in the number of tourists visiting the Kenyan Coast. Balala spoke while officiating at the opening of the 79th edition of the World Skal Congress at the Pride Inn Paradise Beach Resort Convention Centre &Spa. via Atta
Fastjet PLC has taken the decision to cease funding Fastjet Airlines Limited, its subsidiary in Tanzania, a move that could see the airline’s operations in Tanzania cease. via Tourism Update
New Tanzania security charges to hit airline travelers hard via eTurboNews
Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Mombasa, Kenya in December via Atta
New interline service to connect Maasai Mara with four Ugandan national parks via APTA
Fly Uganda launches scheduled flights to Bwindi via Tourism Update
Mack Air has opened a new guest lounge with a luggage storage facility at the newly upgraded Kasane International airport and is also looking at the possibility of bi-weekly flights to Windhoek. via Tourism Update
AirKenya announces Mara-Entebbe route via Air Kenya
Plans for Kenya Airways to manage Nairobi airport on hold via Tourism Update
Heathrow Airport launches peatland restoration project to offset emissions via Edie
Ethiopian Airlines invests in new Zambian national carrier via Atta
The Air Force is revolutionizing the way airmen learn to be aviators via Air Force Times
First look at folding wings on Boeing’s 777X jetliner via CNN
American Airlines Adds 12 New Destinations from DFW Airport via NBC
United introduces an enhanced Better Boarding process to give customers more space at the gate, less time waiting in line and better boarding information to create a less stressful environment.
How did your U.S. Airport rank in customer satisfaction? via eTurbonews
Fly Safe: FAA educates pilots on how to crash a plane via eTurbonews
How Qatar dealt with their blockade. via eTurbonews
Coastal Aviation updates Zanzibar schedule via Coastal Aviation
Kenya Airways ups flight frequency to Cape Town. via The GSA
Air Mauritius has canceled its Friday flights from Cape Town to Mauritius, effective from November. The airline’s flights on Sundays and Tuesdays will operate as usual. via Tourism Update
Auric Air will operate daily flights for the whale shark season, between October 1 and March 31, 2019, to Mafia Island, part of Tanzania’s Mafia Archipelago in the Indian Ocean. via Auric Air
With more than 13.4 million people traveling on the short-haul domestic service, the 450 km journey from Seoul’s Gimpo Airport to the island of Jeju off the coast of the Korean Peninsula has once again claimed the title as the most in-demand air route in the world. via Telegraph
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