The deterioration of the air traffic control infrastructure in most of Africa, exacerbated by a 300% increase in traffic from Europe to southern Africa during the past two years, has reached critical levels, according to the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Assn. (IFALPA). It said at least 75% of the continent's ATC infrastructure cannot provide the fundamental services required for safe flight through their areas of responsibility. Egypt, Morocco, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana ...

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