Delta Air Lines, the longest-serving US airline to Africa, has announced that it would resume its nonstop service between Lagos and New York-JFK in December, thus restoring the popular route for the festive season. Delta said it would operate nonstop flights between Murtala Muhammed International Airport and New York’s John F.
While the COVID-19 pandemic forced the suspension of scheduled flight operations, it provided an elixir to cargo freighting, which became a lifeline to many airlines. In Africa, airlines like Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines leveraged on cargo freighting to keep some of their aircraft in the air and earned revenues that
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Air Peace 777-300 aircraft captured on take off on a local flight Nigerian major airliner, Air Peace, has announced that the resumption of its flights from Lagos, Nigeria to Johannesburg, South Africa, will take place on October 17, 2021. The spokesperson of the airline, Stanley Olisa, who disclosed this to journalists, stated