Where Have All the (African) Pilots Gone?
Industry experts have expressed concern that in the coming years, Africa may not have enough pilots to fly commercial planes in the region due to global scarcity of pilots and inadequate training of such skilled manpower in the continent.
This Day, 24 May 2019
Industry experts have expressed concern that in the coming years, Africa may not have enough pilots to fly commercial planes in the region due to global scarcity of pilots and… Read more »
Vanguard, 23 May 2019
Many, among them corporate bodies and economic state actors, do not consider investing in aviation business an option. The reason for this is not far-fetched. That line of… Read more »
Leadership, 28 April 2019
The decreasing number of domestic airlines and their limited fleet size is giving indigenous pilots a cause for concern, with the number of unemployed pilots at 600. Read more »
Monitor, 25 March 2019
Pilot students at Soroti Flying School Academy founded by the East African Community are on a sit-down strike, protesting what they describe as poor meals and militarisation of the… Read more »
This Day, 13 March 2019
The federal government will continue to ensure the safety of air travellers in the country, the Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, and the Nigerian Civil Aviation… Read more »
This is Africa, 4 March 2019
An impressive and ever-growing league of African women in aerospace are challenging sexist views that have limited their gender thus far. We take a look at some of these pioneers… Read more »
This Day, 21 December 2018
Airline operators and industry experts have warned that air safety would be jeopardised if the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), which regulates the industry is recognised… Read more »