The “Aviation Africa Summit 2015” that came to an end in Dubai yesterday, put forwards the immense potential of the aviation market in Africa. The event was organized with the aim of starting a crucial discussion between the main actors of the aviation sector in Africa.
ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines, the national airline company of the Republic of Congo, managed by Fatima Beyina-Moussa, also chairwoman of the AFRAA, the African Airline Association, took part in the event.
Since 31st March 2014, ECAir has been operating Brazzaville-Dubai through flights with its reliable planes in the international standards (B757 and B767). During this Aviation Africa Summit in Dubai, Vinu Abraham, sales manager Africa and the Middle East for ECAir, took part in a panel on the cooperation between airline companies of Africa.
A major theme for ECAir that aspires of becoming the leading airline company in Central Africa and that has already collaborated with companies as South African Airways. To seduce new passengers, ECAir counts on its Pan-African identity, its attractive rates, its comfortable planes, and its dynamic, qualified and competent staff.
Besides, the company has one of the best loyalty programs of Africa, “Mboté”, that includes 30 000 members. Within next weeks, ECAir, official Carrier of the African Games (4th to 19th September in Brazzaville), is going to open Brazzavillle – Beyrouth routing, the third intercontinental line of the company and extend its regional network with the opening of the stations of Abidjan, Yaoundé, Luanda, Bangui, N’Djamena.
ECAir that has already carried about one million passengers will organize the 47th AFRAA General assembly from next 8th to 10th November in Brazzaville.
Original text by:Roger ADZAFO