Air Uganda is AFRAA’s latest member, set to join IATA

ATC News by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome AIR UGANDA JOINS AFRAA – IATA MEMBERSHIP NEXT (Posted 22nd May 2014) Uganda’s quasi national airline Air Uganda is the latest airline to join AFRAA, the African Airline Association, according to information received from the company’s CEO Cornwell Muleya. Already active as a keynote speaker at the…

Naryn Kyrgyzstan: Air service resumes after airport renovation completed by Aga Khan Development Network — Report by CH Aviation Switzerland

Following its upgrade, Kyrgyzstan’s Sky Bishkek starts Naryn flights 17JUL2013 Sky Bishkek (BIS, Bishkek) has become the first carrier to resume flights from Bishkek to Naryn, a city in the Naryn oblast of Kyrgyzstan, after all regular flights to the remote mountainous region ceased in 1997. The new service, launched on July 16, operates once…

Air Côte d’Ivoire finally commences revenue operations – World Airlines news com on Air France, Aga Khan Fund and Ivory Coast partnership airline

November 20, 2012 — 2213, A319, A319100, A319115, Air Cote d’Ivoire, Airbus, Airbus A319, Airbus A319100, côte d ivoire, FGRXG, TLS, Toulouse, transportation Air Côte d’Ivoire (Abidjan) finally operated its first revenue flight on November 12 with a flight from Abidjan to Dakar according to Reuters. This new national carrier replaces defunct Air Ivoire. The launch…

Liberia: Air Mali Begins Flight to State – All Africa com

A sub-regional air transport carrier, Air Mali, has launched its flights to the Roberts International Airport (RIA). This is in furtherance of its desire to strengthen the network by the opening and multiplication of routes linking several West and Central African capitals including Accra, Monrovia, Nouakchott, Brazzaville and soon Lagos and Freetown. At a ceremony…

Meridiana merges with Air Italy – Luchtzak be News

Meridiana On 21 July the Board of Meridiana unanimously approved a merger between Meridiana and Air Italy, thus creating a new major actor in Italian air transportation with a turnover of more than 800 million euros per year. The new group will retain a strategic oreintation on Sardinia and will consolidate its position in the…

Meridiana adds Verona to expansion

Source: Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation ***** Meridiana Fly and Italy‘s Verona Airport have signed a new agreement protocol in order to develop the airport and airline’s services and to open new international connections. As part of the agreement, the carrier plans to launch Verona–Rome service. While the fortunes of Alitalia have been making the…