Intra-Africa Connectivity

Hopes to develop intra-African connectivity despite $10.21 billion loss

An AFRAA report reveals $10.21 billion cumulative passenger revenue losses for African carriers, as well as indicators to develop intra-African connectivity.   ...


African aviation – the wake-up call to a new era?

Over the years, growth in the African aviation sector has been somewhat stunted. When placed side by side with the industry norms, on a global scale, the African sector has been left playing catch-up, several steps behind the pace. The sector has operated in a fragmented airspace, making it difficult for the ease and fluidity of intra-continental connectivity. This fragmentation has been greatly influenced by the slow process of negotiating air s...


Ethiopian Airlines resumes Cameroon & Saudi Arabia flight routes

As of July 16, Ethiopian Airlines will recommence its flight routes to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia‘s capital and to Jeddah, the country‘s commercial center. This comes after the carrier resumed its passenger flights to Dubai on July 8th as reported by Logistics Update Africa. Earlier this week the carrier also resumed its intra-African flight routes as it reopened its weekly service to Yaoundé and Duala which will be frequented on Tue...


What stands in a way for African aviation take-off?

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) highlighted five priorities which must be addressed for aviation to deliver maximum economic and social benefits in Africa. ...