Most constituents in the global air transport industry agree that there is enormous potential in developing the African aviation market. But they also agree that actually realizing it will prove much harder. Some fundamentals are pointing in the right direction. Economies are growing strongly in important countries on the continent, and middle classes are emerging as a consequence, with an increasing number of people now able to afford airline tickets. Unlike in other regions, there is ...
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