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Africa

Cabo Verde Adds Second US Destination

In the latest stage of its aggressive international expansion, TACV Cabo Verde Airlines has announced plans to fly to Washington DC. The new route is due to connect the carrier’s home in Sal with the American capital from December 8.

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First ATR 72-600 for Air Botswana

Air Botswana has accepted delivery of its newest ATR aircraft, A2-ABK (c/n 1433), as the airline continues efforts to bolster its fleet. The arrival follows an order placed for two ATR 72-600s in July, with the second example due to

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Air Peace in Fleet Overhaul

Nigerian carrier Air Peace has announced an order for 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. At list prices, the deal is worth around US$1.2bn. Allen Onyema, Chairman and CEO, Air Peace said “We are excited to add the 737 MAX

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SA Express to Resume Operations

South African airline, SA Express is to resume operations this week after being grounded for almost three months. According to a statement from the airline, the carrier will fly again from August 23, 2018 following the reinstatement of both the

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First neos for Africa

Air Côte D’Ivoire has become the first African carrier to select the Airbus A320neo after placing a firm order for two examples. The deal, which also includes two A320ceos, is also the Abidjan-based flag carrier’s first direct agreement with the

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