Africa Aviation

 
Africa sky's the limit
Africa sky's the limit
Regulation of the skies above Africa is the last barrier to entry for South African airlines wanting to spread their wings over the continent.
Planespotters taste the 'aviation action'
Planespotters taste the 'aviation action'
Move over trainspotters, there's a new breed of transport stalker about -- planespotters.
Pay-back time for air travellers
Pay-back time for air travellers
One of the greatest challenges facing the South African aviation industry is the cost of airport infrastructure, which is going to have a devastating effect on airfares, particularly on those of low-cost airlines. ...
Wizardry has taken off
Wizardry has taken off
In 1995 the world's largest twinjet airliner, the Boeing 777, entered service for the first time.
Shop around for best seats
Shop around for best seats
South African travellers have more options than ever before when taking to the air on scheduled services but, be warned, generally you get what you...

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