Recent Flight News, in the News

  • Moroccan national carrier, Royal Air Maroc (RAM), has announced plans to launch flights to five other East African cities only two years after it began its Casablanca-Nairobi operations. via Business Daily

  • It was announced today by the St Helena Government and SA Airlink that scheduled flights to and from St Helena will increase from one scheduled  flight a week to two scheduled flights a week between December 2018 and April 2019. via St Helena Directory

  • King Shaka International Airport has finally caught the big fish, British Airways (BA), to operate a new direct route to London’s Heathrow International – the busiest hub airport in Europe. via Traveller 24

  • Starting June 4th Airlink will enhance its Cape Town to Maun service and on July 2nd its Cape Town to Victoria Falls service by utilizing a 83-seater AvroRJ regional jet which also includes business class seating. via Aviation Tribune

  • Moroccan national carrier, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) recently announced plans to launch flights to five East African cities just two years after it commenced its Casablanca-Nairobi operations. via Business Daily Africa

  • Airlink has announced it will be launching direct flights between Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth on May 6. The flight will be serviced by Airlink’s recently acquired 74-seat Embraer E170 aircraft. via FCMTravelSolutions

  • Eurowings, a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, recently launched direct flights between Munich and Mauritius, with the first flight taking off on April 22. The route is serviced by a long-haul Airbus 330. via Travel & Meetings

  • Eurowings has also confirmed that it will suspend flights between Cologne and Cape Town indefinitely from October. via Tourism Update

  • Lufthansa, one of the most recognized airlines in the world and the first European airlines to fly to Addis Ababa is on the verge of launching its non-stop flight to Frankfurt this year. The first non-stop flight is to commence in October as the German carrier is readying itself to celebrate its 50th anniversary of service to Ethiopia. via ATTA

Please note that these updates are only repeats of news found elsewhere.
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