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1 May
Staff shortages exacerbated by a strike have caused huge delays at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport during the holiday season. The airport has now asked airlines to reduce the number of passengers by cutting flights.
2 Mar
Passengers in the aviation sector are presently going through difficult times as domestic airlines have jacked up airfares by a minimum of almost 100%. And in a couple of months, if the trend continues, passengers may not find air travels attractive and probably resort to other means of travel.
1 Mar
In a statement, the club said Marsch had signed a deal as head coach that will run until June 2025. Pending international clearance the 48-year-old American's first game in charge will be Saturday's trip to Leicester City.
21 Jan
The rollout of 5G service may seem like a great thing to device lovers, but for some international airlines it's a major worry. This week, American phone carriers AT&T and Verizon agreed to a partial delay in activating their 5G networks in the US over safety concerns. For more, we speak to technology policy expert Roslyn Layton.
18 Jan
Airlines are concerned that the technology, which is planned to be rolled out as early as Wednesday, could have serious consequences. They warn if implemented near airports, 5G could interfere with gauging altitude.
27 Mar 2021
Price of tickets fall as more airlines compete on local routes
5 Mar 2021
Airlines count losses over drop in passenger traffic
19 Jan 2021
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10 Dec 2020
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22 Sep 2020
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12 Mar 2020
In tonight's edition: Bereaved families who lost loved ones aboard Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 converged on the crash site on to mark the first anniversary of the tragedy. In Nigeria, the influential former Emir of Kano speaks out after being removed from his position. His lawyers say his treatment is unconstitutional. Finally, we head to Morocco where women are gaining ground on the rap scene largely dominated by men.
22 Feb 2020
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has urged airline operators and other stakeholders to adopt safety caution as the Harmattan dust haze persists. This comes as the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NIMET) projects an earlier than normal onset of rainfall nationwide. Desmond Majekodunmi, Environmentalist and Founder of Lufasi Urban Forest Park joins CNBC Africa to discuss how Nigeria can prepare for these weather challenges.

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