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  • EgyptAir, SAA and Ethiopian detail co-operation scheme


    <p>EgyptAir, South African Airways (SAA) and Ethiopian Airlines have joined forces in an informal co-operation which...


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  • EgyptAir, SAA and Ethiopian detail co-operation scheme

    News | 26 Nov 2010 16:07 | Victoria Moores

    <p>EgyptAir, South African Airways (SAA) and Ethiopian Airlines have joined forces in an informal co-operation which could ultimately lead to equity investments...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EgyptAir-SAA-and-Ethiopian-detail-co-operation-scheme-350266/
  • Forum: Folly-Kossi on his decade as AFRAA chief

    News | 30 Oct 2009 12:02

    <P><EM><STRONG>His name is synonymous with African air transport but, after a decade as secretary general of the African Airlines Association, Christian Folly-Kossi is </STRONG></EM><A href="http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/airline-business/2009/07/afraa-chief-folly-kossi-to-ste.html"><EM><STRONG>preparing to step down</STRONG></EM></A><EM><STRONG> in November. After 10 years in the role has he achieved all he set out to do?</STRONG></EM> </P> <P>When Christian Folly-Kossi was elected as AFRAA secretary general at the body's 31st annual general assembly in Sudan, little did he realise he would still hold the position 10 years later. </P> <P>"The secretary general serves for a term of five years, renewable only once," says Folly-Kossi. "My tenure at AFRAA will come to its normal conclusion by the end of the current year. The <A href="http://aga41.afraa.org/">41st annual general assembly in Maputo, Mozambique</A> will elect a new secretary general as my replacement."</P> <P> <TABLhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Forum-Folly-Kossi-on-his-decade-as-AFRAA-chief-334234/
  • Africa report: Survival test

    News | 21 Nov 2006 00:00

    The list of challenges facing African carriers never seems to get shorter and liberalisation is painfully slow. But a willing few are making progresshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Africa-report-Survival-test-210613/
  • Central African airlines initiative gathers speed

    News | 18 Jan 2005 00:00

    <p>Six nations to establish carriers under scheme, with umbrella body for logistics</p> <p>Plans for a series of new central African carriers, under the provisional holding company Air Cemac International, are expected to move forward in the coming weeks following the completion of a feasibility study by Royal Air Maroc (RAM). </p> <p>The project involves the establishment of airlines for six central African states, comprising Chad, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. The initiative is being pursued by the states' regional economic body CEMAC, with RAM acting as a strategic and technical adviser.</p> <p>Air Cemac project leader Mohamed Amraoui says the venture will cover domestic operations, services between CEMAC nations and surrounding African states, plus intercontinental routes.</p> <p>Under draft plans, locally branded operations will be established in each of the countries, supported by a central logistical body, which will provide thehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Central-African-airlines-initiative-gathers-speed-192599/