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A Kenya Airways 787-8 arriving at London Heathrow. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Pandemic Continues to Fuel More Pressure on African Airlines

The global aviation industry remains to be the worst-hit industry with the unprecedented pandemic continuing to bite out the world's biggest economies which the industry plays an integral role. COVID-19 has hit African airlines with the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) calling for collaborative efforts and the stakeholders developing an "all-inclusive proactive response strategy" to address the impact of the coronavirus. Ethiopian Airlines Africa's most profitable airline, in an aim to reduce the spread of the infectious disease on Friday, March…

Uganda Airlines Retakes to the Skies After Almost 20 Years

Uganda Airlines has relaunched commercial operations following its maiden flight from Entebbe in Uganda to Nairobi in Kenya. The airline is the country’s government-owned flag carrier and is a revival of the former Uganda Airlines which collapsed in 2001. The airline currently has a fleet of two new Bombardier CRJ-900…

Uganda Airlines Retakes to the Skies After Almost 20 Years

Uganda Airlines has relaunched commercial operations following its maiden flight from Entebbe in Uganda to Nairobi in Kenya. The airline is the country’s government-owned flag carrier and is a revival of the former Uganda Airlines which collapsed in 2001. The airline currently has a fleet of two new Bombardier CRJ-900…