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EgyptAir agrees to buy eight Boeing 737NGs

EgyptAir agrees to buy eight Boeing 737NGs

Linda Blachly

 

Uber booms in Nigeria, eyes expansion to French-speaking West Africa

Uber booms in Nigeria, eyes expansion to French-speaking West Africa

Ride-hailing company Uber has offered over a million trips in Nigeria two years after it started there and is eyeing expansion to a French-speaking West African country n...

Etihad strengthens African connections

Etihad strengthens African connections

Alan Dron

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 11 October 2016 01:10 )

Lufthansa’s first A350 rolls out of paint shop

Lufthansa’s first A350 rolls out of paint shop

Linda Blachly

RwandAir takes delivery of first A330, eyes A350 XWBs

RwandAir takes delivery of first A330, eyes A350 XWBs

Kurt Hofmann

Air Tanzania receives two Bombardier Q400s

Air Tanzania receives two Bombardier Q400s

Linda Blachly

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has delivered two Q400 turboprops to the Tanzanian Government Flight Agency. The aircraft, which were newly delivered with a 7...

IATA new chief De Juniac: Speed & innovation key to airline industry health

IATA new chief De Juniac: Speed & innovation key to airline industry health

Karen Walker

Nigeria’s Firstnation Airways resumes operations after MRO grounding

Nigeria’s Firstnation Airways resumes operations	after MRO grounding

Victoria Moores

Kabukabu: Survival strategy for Abuja civil servants

Kabukabu: Survival strategy for Abuja civil servants

By Fortune Eloagu

It is not unusual for people to operate “kabukabu”, Nigeria’s parlance for unregistered cabs. What is, however, news is that it has gradually become a wa...

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