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Lanseria International Airport (South Africa) 5-year Plan Announced

posted Jan 6, 2011, 5:33 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 5 JAN 2011
 

Lanseria International Airport (South Africa) 5-year plan calls for expansion including runway extension to accommodate A300s and B767s and new passenger terminal. Source_1

 

Airstream (UK) arranges sale and leaseback transaction involving three DHC-8 300s purchased by Aircraft Solutions and operated by Air Southwest (UK). Source_1

 

Air Tanzania to not proceed with Airbus fleet upgrade, says managing director Favid Mattaka. Source_1 Source_2

 

Republic Airways Holdings (US) reports December 2010 traffic declined 2 percent to 1.64 billion revenue passenger miles, with capacity declining 3 percent to 2.21 billion available seat miles. Source_1

 

LAM (Mozambique) reports 533,775 passengers during 2010, up by 76,708 passengers over 2009 with 9 percent growth in operating results. Source_1

 

Rwanda CAA reports 25 percent revenue increase over past three years due to increased air traffic and airport users at Kigali, recording more achievements during 2010, including new services by Air Uganda and KLM. Source_1

 

Startup Velvet Sky (South Africa) seeking AOC from South Africa regulators to operate domestic flights out of Durban. Source_1 Source_2

 

Senegal Airlines to launch operations from Dakar to Abidjan, Bamako, Banjul, Conakry, Nouakchott and Ouagadougou on 18 January with A320, replacing Air Senegal International. Source_1

 

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