Military aircraft, crash. Kenia Kenya Military Aircraft 

Military plane falls in Kenya leaving two injured

The small aircraft rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the southeast of the country. A military aircraft of registration KAF 720, belonging to the Kenyan Air Force, rushed to the ground on Wednesday afternoon in the small town of Wundanyi, Taita-Taveta County, Kenya. On board the aircraft were two soldiers, who were flying between the cities of Mombasa and Nairobi as part of a training mission. For an apparent problem in the engine rushed to the ground suffering serious injuries. The soldiers were taken to the hospital and the authorities began…

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Dar es Salaam Airport Tanzania 

Tanzania will expand the Dar es Salaam Airport

The main airport of the African country will have a new terminal and greater capacity in 2019. Tanzania is preparing to improve the facilities of its main airport by 2019. An investment of 250 million euros will be disbursed at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), located in the city of Dar es Salaam, the most populated in the country. Plans include a new terminal, 24 new spaces for large aircraft parking, among other improvements. The works will end in June 2019 and will increase the annual passenger capacity from…

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LAM aircraft LAM Mozambique 

LAM plans to add long-haul flights from Mozambique

  The airline of Mozambique wants to fly to Europe, Asia and South America from the city of Nacala. LAM (Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique) plans to add new flights to its routes over the next 5 years. The plans include reopening routes to Europe and opening new ones to South America and Asia, from the city of Nacala. For long-haul routes, the airline must equip its fleet with aircraft that allow long-range flights. Currently the government of Mozambique, responsible for the management of the LAM, is looking for a strategic…

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Ministros de asuntos exteriores Cape Verde China 

An agreement will allow flights between Cape Verde and China

The negotiations would end in mid-2018. The visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cape Verde to China had in his agenda the field of aviation. Both countries are negotiating an agreement that will allow companies Beijing Capital Airlines and TACV Cabo Verde Airlines to fly between the two countries. The announcement was made on November 9 when the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cape Verde, Luis Filipe Tavares, completed a five-day visit to the People’s Republic of China, where he met with his counterpart Wang Yi. There are…

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