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Africa’s Oldest & Largest Circulating Aviation News Magazine

Join the many senior executives, chief pilots, fleet captains, purchasing officers – all who read World Airnews regularly

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Lufthansa reactivates Airbus A380

June 30th, 2022|0 Comments

− First flights expected from summer 2023 Lufthansa is reactivating the Airbus A380 in response to the steep rise in customer demand and the delayed delivery of ordered aircraft. The airline expects to use the

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African Airline recovery is lagging

June 21st, 2022|0 Comments

  By Heidi Gibson – World Airnews African Airlines are only likely to recover to pre-covid levels a year or more behind the global market for a variety of reasons, IATA director general Willie Walsh

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OPENING SKIES FOR AFRICA

June 20th, 2022|0 Comments

  By Heidi Gibson – World Air News It’s been more than 20 years since the Yamoussoukro Decision was adopted effectively committing 44 African countries to the deregulation of air services and the promotion of

Lufthansa reactivates Airbus A380

June 30th, 2022|

− First flights expected from summer 2023 Lufthansa is reactivating the Airbus A380 in response to the steep rise in customer demand and the delayed delivery of ordered aircraft. The airline expects to use the long-haul aircraft, which is popular with customers and crews, again from summer 2023. The company is currently assessing how many A380s will be reactivated and which destinations the Airbus will fly to.

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Karl Jensen

I have browsed through the issue with great interest- ending with the Helderberg story. I personally flew that aircraft on 83 sectors – an absolute delightful and beautiful airliner.

My next attack on the magazine will be a read of the Pan Am final flight. When I became a 747 Captain with SAA in 1980, I did my command course at the Pan Am Academy at Miami – look forward to reading it when time permits. I retired in mid 2003 reaching the then ridiculous retirement age of 60

Tom Chalmers was a personal friend of mine. Prior to joining SAA in 1968, I worked as a Charter Pilot and Flying instructor at NAC at Virginia

I know that Tom would’ve been a good airline pilot, but was sadly prevented from doing so by an eyesight aberration.

I wish you guys good fortune with World Airnews Joan

Karl Jensen

Cor Beek

Tom would probably have been jealous, but certainly been very proud of this new look of his magazine. Well done!

Cor Beek

Karen Litson
Litson and Associates

Many thanks for the October edition of your very newsy magazine received today, we all really looked forward to receiving it!

Karen Litson

An Aviation Fan

I must congratulate you this is an excellent publication and I love the new look.

An Aviation Fan

Claire Matondo

Wouaw, this edition of WorldNews is really nice, very complete and with a large variety of subjects nicely covered. Congrats, really!

Claire Matondo

Azam Mahmood
Aviation Journalist

Many thanks and Congratulations to Air News team for their consistently good work.

Azam Mahmood

Patrick Hanly

My association and that of our company throughout the many years of advertising in World Airnews benefitted in more than just placing another advert.

Patrick Hanly

Andries Landman
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I wish to thank you and your team for the continued publication of WAN – despite all the recent problems. We (Brenda & myself) enjoy each copy.

Andries Landman

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Karl Jensen

I have browsed through the issue with great interest- ending with the Helderberg story. I personally flew that aircraft on 83 sectors – an absolute delightful and beautiful airliner.

My next attack on the magazine will be a read of the Pan Am final flight. When I became a 747 Captain with SAA in 1980, I did my command course at the Pan Am Academy at Miami – look forward to reading it when time permits. I retired in mid 2003 reaching the then ridiculous retirement age of 60

Tom Chalmers was a personal friend of mine. Prior to joining SAA in 1968, I worked as a Charter Pilot and Flying instructor at NAC at Virginia

I know that Tom would’ve been a good airline pilot, but was sadly prevented from doing so by an eyesight aberration.

I wish you guys good fortune with World Airnews Joan

Karl Jensen

Cor Beek

Tom would probably have been jealous, but certainly been very proud of this new look of his magazine. Well done!

Cor Beek

Karen Litson
Litson and Associates

Many thanks for the October edition of your very newsy magazine received today, we all really looked forward to receiving it!

Karen Litson

An Aviation Fan

I must congratulate you this is an excellent publication and I love the new look.

An Aviation Fan

Claire Matondo

Wouaw, this edition of WorldNews is really nice, very complete and with a large variety of subjects nicely covered. Congrats, really!

Claire Matondo

Azam Mahmood
Aviation Journalist

Many thanks and Congratulations to Air News team for their consistently good work.

Azam Mahmood

Patrick Hanly

My association and that of our company throughout the many years of advertising in World Airnews benefitted in more than just placing another advert.

Patrick Hanly

Andries Landman
Sub. #1

I wish to thank you and your team for the continued publication of WAN – despite all the recent problems. We (Brenda & myself) enjoy each copy.

Andries Landman

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