African airline links
- After months of flying, observing, and compiling, here they are--links to websites of some of my favorite African airlines. The schedules may be outdated, but we love them anyway, don't we? I trust that this information will be of limited assistance.Air Afrique http://www.airafrique.com/ Are they dead yet?Air Malawi http://www.africaonline.co.ke/airmalawi/ A 737, a ATR 42, and two Cesna Caravans. I'm intimate with the entire fleet.Air Namibia http://www.airnamibia.com.na/ Website under construction, as is the airline.Air Tanzania http://www.airtanzania.com/ A giraffe on the tail is their symbol of quality.Air Zimbabwe http://www.airzimbabwe.com/ Answer fast. Obsolete, but hangin' by a thread: Mugabe, or Air Zimbabwe?Air Kenya http://www.airkenya.com/ Goes to all the luxury hot spots in Kenya. Good opportunity to meet cabinet ministers!Eastern Air/Zambia Skyways http://www.africa-insites.com/zambia/zambiaskyways/ They forget to fill the gas tank, and an engine fell off once. But hey, who else is gonna fly you to Kasaba Bay?Comair http://www.british-airways.com/regional/sa/ Ratty old 737s cleverly disguised as British Airways!Ethiopian Airlines http://www.flyethiopian.com/ So many stops... the matatu of airlines.Interair http://www.interair.co.za/ Pride of the Afrikaaners. Inflight snack of Castle and biltong... not joking.Kenya Airways http://www.kenya-airways.com/ Thanks to KLM's investment--it's good to see some improvement in Kenya.Regional Air http://www.regionalair.net/ Prices drop but Kenya Airways keeps matching. Calling British Airways?South African Airways http://www.flysaa.com/1024.html If you enjoy 16 hour non-stop flights, look no further.Uganda Airlines http://www.imul.com/uganda/qu.html Committed to serve you better. Too bad they have no airplanes.Zambian Airways http://www.africa-insites.com/zambianairways/default.htm "Changing the way Africa flies." I'll say... they're always on time!