Air Djibouti, in collaboration with the Djiboutian Athletics Federation, the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Djibouti, and the State Secretariat for Sports, hosted the long-awaited third edition of the 10km on November 25th, 2022. This edition was an opportunity to invite international athletes, who included a Kenyan, three Ethiopians, two Somalilanders, and two Somalis. As in previous years, the starting point of this annual event sponsored by Air Djibouti was launched from Place Menelik in a joyful environment, in the presence of several national figures, our athletics champions, and the various army corps of the Djiboutian Nation. We thank all the athletes for their participation in the different categories, among which were the 10 km Senior and Junior, the 5 km Cadet and the 5 km Women.2.
Air Djibouti has launched a COVID 19 vaccination for its staffs as well as those working at Djibouti International Airport, who received their first shot.
Having re-started commercial services in 2015, after more than a dozen years in the airline wilderness, Air Djibouti is embarking on ambitious plans to expand both freight and passenger services regionally and internationally.
Ottawa – Canada, July 27, 2021 – During a virtual ceremony held today, Air Djibouti and International Pilot Academy announced a partnership to launch a new Pilot Training Center in Djibouti, starting in January 2022.