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n Transport World Africa - Cutting the red tape that binds Africa's airlines : aviation

Volume 3, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1684-7946

Abstract

Extracted from text ... TWA May / June 2005 - 45 Africa's politicians need to accept the paradox of competition through cooperation to define a common air transport policy for Africa. With this aim in mind, the continent's political and private aviation policymakers gathered in South Africa at the end of May for what was billed as 'the most important aviation network on the continent'. The event took place against a backdrop of momentous developments in the industry, both globally and within Africa. South African Transport Minister, Jeff Radebe, said the goal of the gathering of aviation executives was to create a seamless sky ..

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2005-05-01
2019-09-21

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