Tag: ifly aviation

Africa’s national airlines: A blessing or a curse?

The question of whether African airlines are a blessing or a curse to their countries continues to linger more so in the wake of some of the flyers from the continent’s biggest economies South African Airways and Kenyan airways on the other hand the likes of Ethiopian Airlines continue to produce profits while a new breed led by Rwandair seem optimistic, Derek Nseko, MD of Ifly Aviation joins CNBC Africa for more.

COVID-19: EAC countries resume commercial flights

East Africa Community member states, Rwanda and Kenya on the 1st of this month opened up their airspaces to commercial flights after more than four months of lock-downs. So what kind of impact will this have on the struggling aviation sector? Derek Nseko, Aviation Industry Expert and Managing Director iFly Aviation spoke to CNBC Africa for more.

COVID-19: When should we expect aviation to bounce back?

The aviation industry has been one of the most affected sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic but how soon should we expect it to bounce back? Derek Nseko, Managing Director at iFly Aviation joins CNBC Africa for more.

Coronavirus sends Africa’s aviation industry into a tailspin

As the world continues to grapple with the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the travel industry has been one of the sectors that have been heavily hit. Many Africa airlines have cancelled flights to mainland China, Italy, South Korea and other countries where the pandemic has spread very fast. But what kind of effect will this have on the aviation sector? Derek Nseko, MD of iFly Aviation joins CNBC Africa for more.

Is Africa ready for a single air transport market?

31 African countries have so far signed the single African Air Transport market agreement with only eight of those rectifying it to date. Derek Nseko, Managing Director at Ifly Aviation joins CNBC Africa for more.

What the future holds for Africa’s aviation industry

Africa's aviation sector has been attributed as one of the sectors to look out for in this decade with the year beginning with lots of developments. Managing Director of Ifly Aviation, Derek Nseko joins CNBC Africa for more.
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