Transportation Issue.

Africa Aviation
Aircraft Companies
Aviation Contacts
Flight Safety
Skygate Airlines
launches charter o
Interlink Airlines
New Schedule Jo'burg
to Mpumalanga, Kruger
SAA Flying Times
to Jo'burg from world
Qatar Airlines
expands service
SN Brussels
Coastal Aviation
Air Safaris from Dar
es Salaam to the i
slands and interior.

Air Safaris
Air Cargo

Africa's Future is in the Air
By Mira Berma, Executive Director, Africa Travel Association

So much has happened in the past decades, it's hard to fathom - but in Africa, recent years have signaled remarkable changes. Ranking high are new direct routes and realistic fares from New York and other U.S. gateways. In evaluating Africa's transportation scene, ATA members can be considered among the most astute judges of all. Since our launch in 1976 at a Congress in Nairobi, Kenya, ATA members have flown on every airline serving the continent and its offshore islands,. More;> You asked for it! An edition that shows the many options available to today's traveler, not only in flights to Africa from any point in the USA or Canada (more seamless and convenient than ever), but the many ways to travel inside Africa. Our editors have produced aviation, airport, highway and transport magazines and videos for decades, and today this combined experience is focused on travel to and around Africa. The new issue will be available in summer and winter editions - as one package, a huge advantage for the advertiser.

Flight Safety Foundation
Air Safety Continues to Lead Agenda

Homeland Security at FOSE 2005
Washington DC Convention Center, April 5-7

U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Presents Research Award to Flight Safety Foundation

One of the world's best aviation safety resources. Flight Safety Foundation is known internationally for providing timely, practical and objective information to FSF members and everyone concerned with the safety of flight. Since its official founding in 1947, the Foundation's mission is to pursue the continuous improvement of global aviation safety and the prevention of accidents.

The Foundation's objectives are to:

* Pursue the active involvement and participation of the diverse elements of global professional aviation;

* Anticipate, identify and analyze global aviation safety issues and set priorities;

* Communicate effectively about aviation safety; and,

* Be a catalyst for action and the adoption of best aviation safety practices.

The Foundation is an independent, nonprofit international organization that provides a neutral forum, where the aviation industry can meet in a noncompetitive environment to identify safety concerns, determine solutions and implement ideas and actions to improve safety.