AFRAAAfrican Airlines Association
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In November 2016, AFRAA declared Ethiopian Airlines the best in Africa for the fifth consecutive time, recognising, in part, its exemplary cooperation with other African carriers.
Namases thanked AFRAA for its support since the Airline enrolled as a member in 2000 and asked the association to continue to assist Air Namibia.
The role of AFRAA in ensuring compliance of African airlines with worldwide best practices on matters concerning safety, security and protection of the environment and for providing the necessary guidance and technical support on those matters is paramount.
AFRAA is a trade association of airlines from the member states of the African Union (AU).
AFRAA brings together 45 African airlines, as well as about 100 industrial partn ers, including aeronautics constructors and engine builders, high-tech consultan t s and contractors, as well as representatives of big IT systems.
The chairman of the Executive Committee of AFRAA praised Afriqiyah Airways for the organization of the meeting which ended in success.
The Aviation ICT Forum, jointly organised by SITA, AFRAA and ACI Africa, has become one of the most prestigious events in Africa.
Elle se place sur l'echiquier du transport aerien mondial en tant qu'organisation regionale francophone aux cotes de l'IATA, de regroupements regionaux tels que AEA, AFRAA et AACO.
Ethiopian Group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam remarked, First and foremost I would like to thank AFRAA, our continental Association, for the continued recognition of our superior performance.
Kuuchi joins IATA from the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) where he was the Director of Commercial, Corporate and Industry Affairs, based at AFRAA headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.
The new secretary general is expected to steer the affairs of AFRAA and reposition the organisation as a premier continental air transport body of repute; delivering quality service to members and effectively representing their interests.