Showing posts with label Israel. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Israel. Show all posts

Monday, July 1, 2013

► NIGERIA: Arik Air to take delivery of two A330s this month; plans daily JFK flights from October.

Arik AirNigeria's largest carrier, Arik Air (W3), is poised to spread its wings further both regionally and internationally with plans to at long last, take delivery of two A330-200s on lease from Irish aviation specialists, Pembroke Group, later in the month.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

► ISRAEL: Nigeria said to be finalizing a BASA with Israel; direct flights could begin before October.

NigeriaThe Nigerian Government is in the process of concluding a Bilateral Air Service Agreements (BASA) with Israel, which, it is hoping, will result in the start of direct flights before October this year. Should flights begin, they would cut flying time between Nigeria and Israel down to "six hours".

Saturday, February 16, 2013

► ETHIOPIA: Military claims to have pioneered country's first home-grown UAV.

Ethiopian Air ForceUnnamed military sources in Ethiopia state that the country has pioneered its own indigenous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or drone. The UAVs have allegedly already performed a geophysical survey of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, a massive hydroelectric installation under construction on the Blue Nile.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

■ KENYA: Israel keen to resume Tel Aviv - Nairobi flights following improvements in Kenyan airport security.

KenyaFollowing improvements in security measures in place at the country's airports, Israel is considering the resumption of direct flights to Kenya before the end of the year says the country's Ambassador to Kenya, Gil Haskel. 

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

► EGYPT: Israel's El Al looks to ditch Cairo flights amid a deteriorating Middle East.

El Al logoCiting heavy security requirements and high operational costs, Israeli carrier El Al (LY) is seeking official approval to abandon its weekly Tel Aviv, Israel - Cairo, Egypt flight, a move likely to be blocked by Israel's government, given its now strained relations with the new Egyptian Presidency of Mohammed Morsi.