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Avis Malawi donates vehicle to Civil Aviation

Avis Car Rental Malawi on Thursday donated a K5 million reconditioned Toyota Hilux pick-up to the Department of Civil Aviation at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre. Avis Managing Director Munir Omar said the gesture is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility. “In line with our corporate social responsibility, we have been interacting with government, especially at Chileka International Airport where we have our station where we serve customers daily.[…]

Malawi to launch transport master plan

MHANGO (right)—There are plans to extend the railway sector Government will Thursday launch a National Transport Master Plan (NTMP) which seeks to transform the country’s transport sector in the next 20 years. Transport and Public Works Minister, Jappie Mhango, made the announcement at a press briefing in Lilongwe on Tuesday He said the master plan would provide a framework for delivering sustainable interventions towards improving the transport sector across Malawi[…]

Malawi develops transport master plan

CONSIDERED CHEAPER—Rail transport Malawi—with support from the World Bank— has developed a national transport master plan (MNTSP) which seeks to reduce transport costs and improve safety across all modes of transport. The blue print, to be unveiled in Lilongwe on Thursday, comes at a time the country’s transport system, which is dominated by road transport, is considered too expensive, thereby constraining the development of business. Minister of Transport, Jappie Mhango,[…]

Malawian Airlines’ partner turns to Zambia

Flying into the unknown?— A Malawian Airlines aeroplane Our agr eement intact — Lipunga The future of Malawian Airlines looks cloudy as its major partner, Ethiopian Airlines, has gone into an agreement with Zambian government to operate a joint venture, a move business experts fear could shrink air spaces for the Malawi entity. The signing of the agreement between Ethiopian Airlines and Zambia Airways took place last month. The development[…]

Parliament passes Aviation Bill

Parliament on Tuesday sat late to pass a Civil Aviation Bill which seeks to improve safety and security of Malawi airspace that would see the return of some international operators such as British Airways and KLM which withdrew from landing in the country due to safety concerns. The new law also makes it mandatory for the government to appoint a Civil Aviation Authority, an independent civil aviation body which will[…]

Icao raises alarm over aviation gaps

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (Icao) says government needs to prioritise improving the standards for the aviation industry in the country as a means of facilitating the growth of tourism, trade and foreign direct investment. Icao President, Olumuyiwa Bebard Aliu, made the remarks on Saturday evening when he met President Peter Mutharika at Chikoko Bay State Lodge in Mangochi. Aliu emphasised the need for the country to improve standards to[…]

Malawi to operate an all-women flight

Malawian Airlines is set to make aviation history this month when it plans to fly an all-women operated and supported flight from Blantyre to Dar-es-salaam. The flight is scheduled for March 16 with a stop-over in Lilongwe. The event is to be a milestone for the airline as it will be the first time in the history of the company to operate such a flight. A statement from the airline[…]

Hopes rise on Aviation Bill

There are hopes that proposed changes to the Civil Aviation Act will help to address some of the challenges facing aviation activities. Parliament is expected to debate the Civil Aviation Bill in this current sitting which among others includes the proposal to create an autonomous Civil Aviation Authority to meet required international standards for the air transport sub-sector. Publicist in the Ministry of Transport and Public Works, James Chakwera, said[…]

Samsung Note ban extends to Malawi

Regulators in the country have started taking action over Samsung Galaxy Note 7 prohibiting its distribution and use in the country as safety concerns mount worldwide over reports of overheating of the phone battery The Malawi Communications regulatory Authority (Macra) and the Competition and Fair Trading Commission (CFTC) have both banned the use and distribution of the devise in Malawi over concerns that the reported faults violate the Communications Act[…]

Aviation dept pays K21 million to bogus firm

The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has managed to pay K21 million to a Kenyan company which cannot be traced to do the work it was contracted to do, Malawi News learnt. The company was supposed to rehabilitate or replace a lift for the air traffic control centre at Kamuzu International Airport. The lift stopped functioning almost 10 years ago and airport traffic controllers threatened to stage a strike last[…]



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