[allAfrica] Cape Town -The families of those who died on board the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 have been allowed to visit the site for the first time, al Jazeera reports.
[263Chat] Former President, Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore has insisted that he never detained his employee Bertha Zakeyo as she always had an option to leave the company premises.
[New Zimbabwe] RWANDAN flag carrier, RwandAir has abandoned receipt of unstable bond notes and RTGS payment systems amid the continued rejection of Zimbabwe’s much resented currency.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -National carrier Kenya Airways has announced that it is reducing its schedule for its Nairobi-New York route to five flights in a week effective January 15, 2019 from the current daily flights.
[East African] Uganda is reportedly seeking an explanation from Export Development Canada (EDC) for its decision to pull out of the funding deal for the acquisition of four Bombardier jets for its national carrier.
[New Times] The national carrier, RwandAir on Wednesday officially launched its second destination in South Africa.
[EA Business] Cairo -The Aviation Africa Summit and Exhibition is taking place today in Cairo, Egypt, it opened to 980 attendees from 56 countries where the key message of the strong growth predictions for the African aviation market.
[New Times] Yvonne Manzi Makolo was on Friday appointed the Chief Executive of the national carrier, RwandAir.
[Premium Times] Dana Air on Thursday said it welcomes the resolve of the Nigerian government to carry out a complete audit of its operation.
[Nation] After more than a month in captivity, two Kenyan pilots detained by rebels in South Sudan could finally be heading home.