AFRAA

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AFRAAAfrican Airlines Association
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The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) launched a joint fuel purchase program for nine (9) of its member airlines on Wednesday 11 January 2012 following the conclusion of evaluation of tender bids received from a number of fuel companies.
The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) launched a joint fuel purchase programme for nine (9) of its member airlines on Wednesday 11 January 2012 following the conclusion of evaluation of tender bids received from a number of fuel companies.
African Airlines Association African Airlines Association secretary general Nick Fadugba has resigned from his position just four months after taking up the post.
AaAaAa RegardingAa African air transport, the minister said the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) participates only up to 4% in global activity and 1% in intra-regional activity in Africa, while the continent's population reach over 900 million with a significant potential of growth.
December 2, 2009 (ADDIS ABABA) -- Flag carrier, the Ethiopian airlines wins "Airline of the year award" from the African airlines association (AFRAA), bringing the total Awards honored since January 2009 to five.
ETHIOPIAN Airlines has won the 2018 Best Airline in Africa Award for the seventh year in a row from African Airlines Association (AFRAA).
The event is attended by secretary general of African Airlines Association (AFRAA), regional director for foreign affairs of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), head of African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) and regional director of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Kuuchi joins IATA from the African Airlines Association, where he was the director of commercial, corporate and industry affairs, based at its headquarters in Nairobi.
Leaders of the African Airlines Association (AFR) have resolved to work closely together to better serve the continentaACAOs air transport market and connect Africa to the rest of the world.
THE AFRICAN Airlines Association (AFRAA) reiterated its strong criticism of the EU's "continued unilateral practice of blacklisting of mainly African states and airlines with no visible benefits in enhancing safety on the continent," and called on African governments, the African Union and the African Civil Aviation Commission not "to allow this state of affairs to continue as the continent's air transport industry is being progressively destroyed."
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