African carriers align in liberalization push

In 1999, a treaty was signed to create Open Skies in Africa. Two decades later, Africa’s airlines and passengers are still waiting for the promise of true aviation liberalization to become a reality. But new efforts are underway to bring cheaper, more efficient air links to the continent. In 1999...

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