Tunisia: Jasmin Airways receives agreement in principle from regulators
September 29, 2014
Private airline Jasmin Airways has just received an agreement in principle from regulators and may start business as such in the month of March 2015, the company’s President Ali Ben Amara and its CEO Mehdi Gharbi said in a statement to Tunisia’s tourism portal “Destination Tunisie.”
Jasmin Airways will be based in the Enfidha airport and will exclusively be charter.
Tunisia: Regional Conference on Aviation Security in Tunis
September 18, 2014
The regional conference of the International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA) was held on Tuesday in La Marsa (Tunis Northern Suburbs), on "ways and approaches to support security systems Air. " was attended by officials and representatives of civil aviation in several countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Kenya, South Africa besides the stakeholders in aviation in Tunisia ( oaca Tunisair ...). objective of this conference is to discuss the problems of safety of civil aviation and ensure the implementation"...
Air Malta adds new frequency to Djerba
September 13, 2014
Air Malta announced that it will be increasing its schedule between Malta and Djerba with an additional weekly frequency every Tuesday with effect from 16th September 2014.
The Maltese airline will therefore be operating three weekly flights to/from the Tunisian city every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Tunisia's Syphax Airlines to downgrade Montreal to seasonal
September 10, 2014
) has announced it will scale back its weekly Tunis
to Montréal Trudeau A330-200
service to a seasonal flight. Responding to Tunisian press reports that claimed the airline would abandon the service outright owing to poor loads, the carrier said it had no intention of terminating the route, launched earlier this year in April.
It added that it is currently in talks with other airlines concerning possible cooperation agreements in particular codeshare agreements for the route's low season.
Using a fleet of two A319-100