THIS WAS supposed to be a rare moment of cautious optimism in Libya. On April 4th António Guterres, the UN’s secretary-general, arrived in Tripoli, the capital, to prepare for a peace conference which, he hoped, would lead to long-delayed elections later this year.
[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.
[East African] A Bill that would see Tanzania introduce mandatory health insurance cover is still on the drawing board.
[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.
[African Arguments] In barely the blink of an eye, Eritrea’s unpredictable president has completely reversed his rhetoric of the past two decades.
[Deutsche Welle] Ethiopia has welcomed Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki for his first visit in 22 years.
[New Times] The national carrier, RwandAir on Wednesday officially launched its second destination in South Africa.
[Nation] Twenty five cargo planes carrying miraa have left for Somalia after flights to Aden Adde International Airport resumed on Wednesday.
[This Day] Airline operators have urged passengers to expect more delays or cancelled flights as the scarcity of aviation fuel, known as Jet A1, bites harder, adding that scheduled operations may stop altogether, unless more fuel is delivered in the next few days.
ACROSS Europe, businessmen pack conference halls to discover how to unlock Iran’s vast potential after three decades of isolation. Four hundred of them piled into a hotel in Zurich on August 27th for a day of briefings which, if on the subject of other similar-sized countries, might attract 50.