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Victoria Falls International Airport (Zimbabwe) Called Unsafe By Parliament Committee

posted Jan 10, 2011, 4:14 AM by Elaine Bell
Aviator.aero Daily News - 7 JAN 2011

Victoria Falls International Airport (Zimbabwe) called unsafe by parliament committee, due to old ILS instrument landing system, and calls for government funding to refurbish airport until commercial partnership implemented. Source_1


Senegal Airlines starting capital of US$33.6 million held 64 percent by private investors and balance by government institutions.


Air Zimbabwe government funding advocated by parliament committee, until carrier privatization complete. Source_1


South African Express leases two CRJ700s from Maersk Group (Denmark), in deal arranged by Skytech-AIC (UK).


Senegal Airlines reschedules first scheduled flight to 25 January 2011.


Kenya Airways reports December 2010 growth of 35 percent in domestic passengers after increasing capacities and frequencies, says COO Bram Steller. Source_1