AFRAA CONCLUDES ITS 54TH ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY WITH EMPHASIS ON CONCERTED ACTIONS TO DRIVE AIR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY SUSTAINABILITY

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA) and Air Senegal concluded the 54th Annual General Assembly (AGA) in Dakar, Senegal. The event was held under the High Patronage of the Government of Senegal. The Assembly, which brought together 456 delegates from 42 countries under the theme “Acing the Roadmap to Sustainable African Aviation”, called upon African airlines and air transport stakeholders to act on initiatives and strategies that will drive the sustainability of the air transport sector to realise its potential. Among others, these include: the Air Transport Sustainability Roadmap, the effective implementation of the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM), the Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), and the Free Movement Protocol.

In his welcome address, Mr. Alioune Badara Fall, President of AFRAA and CEO of Air Senegal stated: “I pay tribute to the extraordinary work by stakeholders in putting in place projects and programmes to build together a more united future for a sustainable African aviation, for the full benefit of African economies and populations.” The ultimate goal, he noted, will realise the improvement of connectivity between African countries, build truly efficient carriers both operationally and financially, attain structurally competitive tariffs in order to offer African populations the ability to … to read more, click on : https://africaaero.org/en/afraa-concludes-its-54th-annual-general-assembly-with-emphasis-on-concerted-actions-to-drive-air-transport-industry-sustainability/

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