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Fatima Beyina-Moussa: the chair of AFRAA confides…

Fatima Beyina-Moussa, Chief Executive Officer of ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines, the national airline company of the Republic of Congo and also Chairwoman of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA), is on the front page of the Brunette magazine (June-July 2015). In this number, she confides to Marie-Jeanne Serbin-Thomas and comes back …

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Tropical Air Gabon: in the sky soon

A new airline company is announced in the Gabonese sky. The National Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC) has just issued a air operator certificate (AOC) to new Gabonese airline company, Tropical Air Gabon. This recognition is the fruit of a long way. The new company henceforth answers the standards required by …

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Transport: ECAir continues extending its network

ECAir, Equatorial Congo Airlines continues the extension of its network. After Libreville (early February), the national airline company of the Republic of Congo has just opened the Brazzaville-Dakar line via Bamako (end March). The flights towards Bamako and Dakar are operated with Boeing 757-200 for a capacity of 148 seats …

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Asky: 5 years yet!

On 15th January 2010, the first plane of the airline company, Asky, took-off for the first time. This event was unique in the West-African sub-region that just launched a major challenge. 5 years later, the Pan-African air company conquered the African sky and the heart of millions of travelers. In …

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Africa Top Success Awards: Vote for the African woman of the year 2014

  « The African Woman of the year » is one of the most prestigious categories of the first edition of Africa Top Success Awards. It includes the most influential African feminine personalities who enjoy a great successful experience in their respective domains (economic, cultural and sports). As for all other categories, …

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Ghana: a new international airport in Tamale soon.

The Ghanaian president, John Mahama proceeded at the beginning of the week to the launching of the extension works of Tamale airport. The ceremony thus marked the will of the Ghanaian authorities to be equipped with a new international airport. According to the Head of State, this airport would be …

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Air transport: ASKY aiming high

The Pan-African air transport company, ASKY announced the next increase of its capital moving from 20 billion FCA to 25 billion. According to the information relayed by the Jeune Afrique magazine site, Ecobank Transnational Incorporated and the ECOWAS Bank of investment and development (EBID) already gave their agreement to participate …

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