[VOA] Boeing announced Thursday that it was suspending deliveries of its 737 Max jets to airlines after nearly every country grounded the plane following Sunday’s deadly crash in Ethiopia.
[New Era] Windhoek -Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline group, has confirmed that it has finalised all preparations to once again celebrate International Women’s Day by operating an All Women Functioned Flight, this time on the Addis Ababa to Stockholm to Oslo route on March 8.
[Premium Times] Arik Air Limited has filed a N20 billion suit against the federal government and Ethiopian Airlines over recent claims in the media that they were negotiating the takeover of the airline.
[Premium Times] The Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, has formally reopened for operations after six weeks of closure.
[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Turkish Airlines will resume flights between Istanbul and the resort city of Sharm al-Sheikh on Saturday after 11 months of hiatus.
[This Day] Airlines that operate international destinations from Nigeria made over N302 billion ($15 billion) from ticket sales in 2015.
[Al Jazeera] Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for a purported bomb attack on a passenger plane in Somalia earlier this month, saying it was targeted at Western officials and Turkish NATO forces.
[VOA]Police say the crash of a Mozambique Airlines plane in a remote border area of Namibia has killed all 33 people onboard.
[Deutsche Welle]A Mozambique Airlines flight has crashed in northeast Namibia, killing all 34 people on board. The wreckage of the plane, which went missing on Friday, was found on Saturday in a game park.
[Namibian]Windhoek -A Mozambique Airlines plane carrying 34 people that went missing yesterday might have crashed, a senior police officer told The Namibian this morning.