Three of Africa’s leading airlines are in talks to establish joint ventures, and could launch their first collaboration in Central Africa early next year. Details are still being negotiated, although the CEOs of Egyptair, Ethiopian Airlines and South African Airlines tell The DAILY they expect a formal announcement in the coming months. Egyptair Chairman and CEO Hussein Massoud also says the first venture should launch early next year. All three executives were in Addis Ababa to ...
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