The movement of travelers at Tunisian airports, under the supervision of the Office of Civil Aviation and Airports (OACA
), went up by 13% in the first five months of 2018, compared with the same period of 2017, to about three million passengers, according to data published by the OACA
on its "Facebook" page.
's words, "the (Romanian) government still considers telecommunications as a source of budget income, and not an engine of economic growth; as a result it not only refuses to invest in order to catch the other European Union countries from behind, but also takes money from the sector in order to fuel the <black holes> of national economy" (35).
"In 2000, studies on passenger streams and demand had shown that the airport at Monastir, an important tourism hub, was saturated and Tunis Carthage was at capacity," said Mohamed Cherif, chairman and CEO of OACA
. It was clear that either the existing airports had to be expanded or a new one had to be built.
(TAP) - The unpaid debts of the Office of Civil Aviation and Airports (OACA
), the Tunisian Shipping Company (CTN) and the Office of the Merchant Marine and Ports (OMMP) exceed 1 billion dinars, which requires the intervention of the Prime Ministry, said President of the High Committee of Administrative and Financial Control (French: HCCAF) Kamel Ayadi.
is also studying the development of technical and financial studies for the conversion of the Remada Military Airport into a civilian airport.
Junction City's Craig Rothenberger was honored for being the national boys basketball coach of the year, and retiring JC football coach Mark Henderson received an OACA
Representatives from the Tunisian Civil Aviation and Airports Authority (OACA
), as well as airline companies took part in the event.
They are also public bodies such as the Tunisian Confederation of Industry and Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA), the Office of Civil Aviation and Airports (OACA