UK Lifts Ban on Flights to Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt

UK Lifts Ban on Flights to Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt

Uk lifts ban from direct flights to Sharm el-Sheikh are to resume after the government ended a ban imposed in 2015. After 224 individuals died in the bombing of a Russian airliner, linked to the Islamic State group. Egyptian officials have since admitted the airport...
Aircraft ground handling in Egypt

Aircraft ground handling in Egypt

Many airlines that are heading to Egypt subcontract ground handling to Egyptian airports, Egyptian handling agents or even to another airline. According to the International air transport Association (IATA), conservative estimates indicate airlines outsource more than...
What Will African Aviation Look Like In 2050?

What Will African Aviation Look Like In 2050?

With low-cost airlines regularly challenging legacy carriers in Europe, not to mention routine reports of awful crew-passenger interactions in the United States, it can be easy to overlook developments in the African aviation world. Today we’ll examine African...
Egypt airports celebrate 89th Civil Aviation Day

Egypt airports celebrate 89th Civil Aviation Day

All Egypt Airports and Egypt Air and AN Aviation Services Company are celebrating the 89th Egyptian Civil Aviation Day. Which falls on January 26 yearly, In line with the operation of Egypt Air flights from the newly opened Sphinx international Airport. The...
ISAQ AVIATION UK TO LAUNCH EGYPTIAN BRANCH TO TRAIN PILOTS

ISAQ AVIATION UK TO LAUNCH EGYPTIAN BRANCH TO TRAIN PILOTS

ISAQ Aviation UK intends to open a branch in Egypt for flight training, according to ISAQ Aviation Egypt Chairperson Ali Baiyoumi. The branch aims to train approximately 200 people annually through seven aviation companies in Europe and Asia contracting with ISAQ UK....