[New Times] The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) yesterday awarded Rwanda with a certificate in recognition of the country’s improved competencies in overseeing and managing safety and security in the aviation sector.
[New Times] Rwanda will later this month host the Africa International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Symposium, an event that will bring together more than 300 major actors in the aviation industry from across 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.
[Premium Times] Dana Air on Thursday said it welcomes the resolve of the Nigerian government to carry out a complete audit of its operation.
[Daily Trust] Dr Akinwumi Adesina, President, African Development Bank (AfDB), says the bank would invest 12 billion dollars in the power sector in Africa in four years with the goal of
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania will take full control of its airspace in one-and-a-half years following the signing of an agreement for the procurement and installation of four modern surveillance radars.
[East African] East Africa’s governments have to decide whether to open up their airspace to competition or continue protecting national airlines that are struggling to remain airborne.
[This Day] Nigerian pilots have warned of looming tragic accidents at the nation’s airports due to poor, obsolete or lack of critical landing aids.
[Guardian] Contractor Assures On Completion Of Abuja Airport Runway Rehabilitation On Schedule
[The Patriot] Without saying it in many words Tshekedi Khama feels he would run Air Botswana better than those currently assigned the role at ministerial level. In fact, if he had his way he would have long had the national airline transferred to his ministry. As he confirmed in an interview this week, he was not happy that the current Transport and Communications minister Kitso Mokaila has taken the route to privatise Air Botswana.