Lack of Connectivity and Sufficient Routes still a major challenge for African Aviation Industry

KTN News Dec 10,2019

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The Lack Of Connectivity And Sufficient Routes Still Remains A Major Challenge For The African Aviation Industry. According To The International Air Transport Association IATA, This Has Limited The Growth Of The Sector With The African Union Now Looking To Bolster It By Introducing New Legislation And Agreements. IATA Projects That Africa’s Aviation Market Will Grow By Over 208 Million Passengers To 356 Million Continental Passengers By 2038. The African Union Intends To Create A Single Africa Air Transport Market, Pass A Continental Free Trade Agreement And Introduce The Protocol On Free Movement Of People. On Its Part Kenya Is Looking To Bolster Its Position As A Continental Hub By Targeting Additional Growth In Cargo Processing.