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Kenya Publishes Rules for Operating Drones

Nairobi - The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has published regulations for the commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles - commonly known as drones. In an advert placed in the local dailies, KCAA Director General Gilbert Kibe stated that an operator of a remotely piloted aircraft system is expected to register

More flights cancelled as new cold snap hits UK

  Drivers are being warned of treacherous conditions as the mini 'Beast from the East' is expected to cause air and road travel. Snow has fallen across many parts of the UK as a new cold snap begins to grip the country. Most areas are likely to see wintry showers

Flight Attendant Dies After Falling Off Parked Boeing 777

The Emirates flight attendant was hospitalized in Uganda after falling out of an open emergency door on a Boeing 777 that was parked on the tarmac. An Emirates flight attendant died after falling off of a Boeing 777 plane parked on the tarmac. The incident occurred on Wednesday at the Entebbe International

Virgin Atlantic doubles London-Johannesburg service

Virgin Atlantic will add a second daily service between London and Johannesburg in October, in hopes that 2017’s increased volume, which was experienced across the industry will be a continuing trend. The route addresses increased demand in both directions. The second daily frequency will be operated by a 787-9 aircraft,

Med-View Airline Records 62% Profit Growth, to Pay Second Dividend

Med-View Airline Plc, the only airline listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE),  is set to pay shareholders second dividend since becoming quoted on the exchange.  This follows the company’s improved performance for the year ended December 31, 2017. According to the audited results of the company released last week, revenue grew by 41