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Air Djibouti began its first flights to Yemen's interim capital Aden on Wednesday.
Amongst such collapsed African airlines which once made their countries and the continent proud before their extinction are: Nigeria Airways, Ghana Airways, Air Afrique, Cameroon Airlines, Air Djibouti, Air Guinea, Air Gabon, Air Liberia whose collapse have been traced to lack of good planning, corruption, mismanagement,the inability to put the right persons at the right position, lack of patriotism and uncooperative attitude of governments.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 12, 2016-Cardiff to deliver Air Djibouti 737-400
AIR Djibouti has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 aircraft - flown in personally from St Athan by lead singer of Iron Maiden and chairman of Cardiff Aviation, Bruce Dickinson.
AIR Djibouti has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 aircraft - flown in personally by lead singer of Iron Maiden and chairman of Cardiff Aviation, Bruce Dickinson.
The airline view on how to address these challenges was outlined by the CEO of Air Djibouti, Mario Ful- goni, speaking at the 2015 Africa Hotel Investment Forum.
The airline view on how to address these challenges was outlined by the CEO of Air Djibouti, Mario Fulgoni, speaking at the 2015 Africa Hotel Investment Forum.
The new Air Djibouti will be managed by Iron Maiden rock singer Bruce Dickinson.
The return of Air Djibouti, which went bankrupt in 2002, is part of the Red Sea state's goal of becoming a major logistics hub.
The revival of Air Djibouti, actually one of the oldest airlines on the continent, that was started in 1962, but ceased its activities in the year 2000, has now been embarked upon by the chairman with the same vigour and zeal that ensured the ports' success and growth.
Operating out of the tiny port of Tadjoura, situated across a wide bay from the capital, the airport had more qat flights a week than scheduled services offered by the national airline Air Djibouti.