Aviation

October 14, 2014

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Malta and Algeria sign air services agreement

Malta, through the Civial Aviation Directorate of Transport Malta, has concluded an Air Services Agreement and signed a new memorandum of understanding with Algeria that supersedes an earlier memorandum of understanding signed in 1982.

The agreement was finalised with the Director of the Civil Aviation and Meterology of Algeria, Smain Youcef Azzi during a visit to Malta.

Charles Pace, on behalf of Transport Malta's Civil Aviation director general George Borg Marks, said that this agreement brought about an enhanced open market between Malta and Algeria and that Air Malta can benefit...

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October 11, 2014

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Algeria finishes preliminary investigation on Air Algerie

Algerian transport minister Amar Ghoul said a preliminary investigation on the management of Air Algerie. A report will be submitted to Prime Minister in order to restructure the company.


“As part of the new restructuration, services will be improved. Raising tickets price is meant to create a balance between the economic and social dimensions,”"...

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October 6, 2014

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Transport: Online booking to be launched in 2015, says Ghoul

Online booking travel will be progressively launched from next year, as part of the continuous improvement of care of travellers, minister of Transport Amar Ghoul said Thursday in Algiers.


"We will make 2015 the year of the transition to electronic ticketing system," Ghoul said during a working visit to the province of Algiers, during which he visited the bus station"...

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