Entries by Ivan Nadalet

ch-aviation interview: Obi Mbanuzuo, COO Dana Air

Dana Air is a privately-owned Nigerian carrier using a fleet of five MD-83s to operate scheduled passenger services between Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt Omagwa, Uyo, and Owerri. In 2012, it experienced a devastating crash but has since returned with a renewed commitment to safety, punctuality, and a high quality of service. ch-aviation’s Chief Executive Officer, […]

ch-aviation interview: Andrew Madar, CEO Cobalt

The Republic of Cyprus has undergone a rapid change in aviation scenery since the demise of state-backed carrier Cyprus Airways in 2015. Since that time, four prospective carriers – Tus Airways, Cobalt, Charlie Airlines (operating under the Cyprus Airways brand), and the nascent Orion Airways – have emerged each of which is vying for a […]

Sudan: Never say never

Reading through the global news headlines I couldn’t help noticing that, for the last few weeks, most of the world’s attention has centred on Washington’s relationship with two of its longtime foes – North Korea and Iran. The former intent on threatening its way out of its current economic and diplomatic chokehold, the latter trying […]

RwandAir – a diamond in the rough

A few years ago, I used to run a blog which focused exclusively on the African market – The African Aviation Tribune. During its relatively brief existence, it covered all aspects of the continent’s aviation industry in an effort to help shed light on a region that has long been neglected from a news and […]