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AfBAA reveals factors behind business air travel growth in Africa

Posted 10 February 2015 · Add Comment

According to research commissioned by the African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA), business air travel has grown across the African continent by 13% over the past five years, with this growth expected to be maintained through the course of this year.

In an interview with Ijeoma Ndukwe for African Business Weekly on Bloomberg TV Africa, AfBAA's Chairman Mr. Tarek Ragheb (above) - alongside senior representatives from AfBAA members EAN and Vista Jet - helped to highlight what is fuelling business aviation growth in Africa.

The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) is a not-for-profit corporation that aims to promote the understanding and benefits that business aviation provides for Africa’s economic development, offering assistance and support to enterprises, entrepreneurs, business leaders, governments and their respective Civil Aviation Authorities.

 

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