Why There’s A Sense Of Optimism For African Aviation

Kenya Airways aicraft
Kenya Airways entered a strategic partnership with South African Airways in November 2021.
Credit: BOEING
A startup carrier is being built on what seems an unlikely premise of attracting kitesurfing enthusiasts to a remote stretch of the northwest African coast. Entrepreneur Hamza Dlimi is convinced there is a niche in the market waiting to be filled. Dlimi believes that the 300 days of wind a year will...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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