Dec 4, 2023
This episode is the third of a new format that focuses on sub-Saharan African air route development, with a specific focus on routes that are due to start or cease in the next quarter.
My guests for this podcast are:
Aviation consultant, analyst and commentator, Sean Mendis, who brings over 20 years of experience in the industry, including stints managing airports, commercial airlines, and also cargo airlines in Africa and the Middle East.
Behramjee Ghadially, an aviation consultant with over 20 years of experience (9 of which has been in Africa) supporting airlines globally with their network planning and strategy.
In this episode, we cover:
Airlink moving to daily Malawi from mid December, whilst SAA has announced they are pulling out.
Etihad's Abu-Dhabi to Nairobi service and why Etihad has a small footprint compared to the other Middle Eastern carriers
FlyNamibia to launch Luanda, Maun and Victoria Falls in 2024
Jambojet launching Mombasa-Zanzibar with a dash 8
TAAG Angola increasing Sao Paulo frequencies
flydubai ordering 787s and what this means for Africa
ET's Dubai Airshow orders and how they plan to deploy the aircraft
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