Think tanks, analysts and politicians have been predicting the rise of Africaâ€™s economies and subsequent opportunities for air travel for many years. The forecasts, for various reasons, have often not turned into reality. But now it seems that foreign airline investors are gaining confidence in the regionâ€™s growth potential. Within a short span of time, several new African airlines have been launched with the support of outside investment. Some of them, such as ASKY Airlines in Togo or ...
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