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Air Zimbabwe CEO Peter Chikumba elects not to renew his contract expiring end of December 2010, says chairman Jonathan Kadzura.

posted Dec 30, 2010, 12:39 AM by Rowan Hewitt

Daily News for 29DEC2010            www.aviator.aero

India expects feasability study on proposed 90-seat commercial aircraft to be completed mid-2011, with estimated design and development of prototype to cost around US$1 billion.   

Somalia signs agreement with SKA Air and Logistics (UAE) to manage Mogadishu International Airport.   

IATA reports jet fuel price at US$2.56 per gallon and $848 per metric tonne as of 24 December.   

Nigerian airlines yet to receive share of US$3.2 billion government bailout due to dispute among Central Bank of Nigeria, Aviation Ministry and CAA, over who should disburse money.   

Air Services (US) completes ERJ145 nose removal and replacement, reportedly for Trans States (US), after aircraft slid off runway in June 2010.   

Japan Airlines to dismiss 170 employees, mostly pilots and flight attendants, as part of rehabilitation plan.   

Air Zimbabwe CEO Peter Chikumba elects not to renew his contract expiring end of December 2010, says chairman Jonathan Kadzura.    

LAM (Mozambique) to resume direct flights between Maputo and Lisbon in April 2011 using B767-300ER from Air Seychelles.   

LAM (Mozambique) reports January – September 2010 YOY traffic up 16 percent to 533,775 passengers.   

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