An Efficient Aviation Industry Stimulates the Economy 
  1. the activity of flying aircraft or of designing, producing and keeping them in good condition. 


Airport Management

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"The increasing demand for charter within the African continents is brisk. Certain destinations are tricky when it comes to scheduled flights due to runway conditions [and other aspects], so chartering is more of an interest to the consumer at the moment," Jenny Van Wyk, passenger sales manager for Africa at Chapman Freeborn, told

"One of the many factors that are encouraging the desire to acquire private jets is, according to analysts, the growing frustration with the kind of services offered by commercial airlines," Van Wyk explained. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), intra-Africa passenger numbers increased by 9.4 per cent year on year in January 2013, and continues to be spurred on by strong economic growth in the sub-Saharan Africa region. While most African countries still have national carriers, with the exception of a few whose carriers have been replaced with other airlines, intercontinental and international flying is still relatively expensive for most people.

As more Africans begin to demand more facilities and options while flying, the wealthy few have begun to opt out of taking commercial flights and invest in private jet charter flights. "The [commercial flight] services are generally poor, experts argue, making wealthy [Africans] opt to acquire their own jets to save the time that would, otherwise, have been lost waiting for flights," Van Wyk explained. Successful national carriers such as Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and Egypt Air continue to connect the continent with their continental and international routes. According to IATA’s air passenger market analysis for 2013, African airlines international air travel expanded by 5.5 per cent in 2013, but minimal compared to 7.5 per cent in 2012.

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The future of life as we know it on Earth is in our hands!


AVIATION: His Majesty Haile Selassie

RIGHT AFTER THE ITALIAN OCCUPATION of Ethiopia in 1930,  His Majesty Haile Selassie founded Ethiopian Airlines on December 1st, 1945, complete with a Maintenance and Training Facility. After independence, he wanted to modernize Ethiopia and position it as a model for African Development. Since all the provinces were far apart and separated by difficult terrain, he knew that the only way to pull the nation together and connect the country quickly would be with airplanes.

His plan was to extend the service to link all of Africa with Ethiopia as its center. Prior to the arrival of Ethiopian Airlines, the foreign carriers had exorbitant prices so prices were regulated, resulting in the failure of many of the international carriers operating in the territory. In 2012, Ethiopian Airlines had a profit of $ 42 million dollars.  Through this linking of Africa, the Organization of African Unity (OAU; French: Organization de l'unité africaine (OUA)) was established on 25 May 1963 in Addis Ababa, with 32 signatory governments. It was disbanded on 9 July 2002 by its last chairperson, South African President Thabo Mbeki, and replaced by the African Union (AU).

Ethiopian Airlines was used to bring all African Heads of State to assemblies in Addis Ababa.  His Airline Company allowed him to travel quickly to hotspots where he would use his diplomatic skills to achieve results when tension was spilling over into conflict. In 1965 or 1966 when Morocco and Algeria were at the brink of war, he flew to the frontlines and remained their for 6 hours until peace was achieved and resulted in the Bamako Accord, so he used aviation for economic development, for unification, for the promotion of peace and for the modernization of the entire continent. 85 years later, the introduction of a modern aviation industry is just as critical, if not more so when the Emperor started this modernization and Unification campaign in 1930. Our intention is to just continue this vision, starting in the ECOWAS and the CEMAC and extending into all of Africa.

Our intent is not to compete with existing carriers, but to supplement their offer by connecting the rural un-served or under-served areas with inexpensive low cost flights for both people and cargo.  Since many rural areas have closed or poorly maintained airports, we will enter into PPPs, Private Public Partnerships with governments to renovate, modernize and transform the devastated airports into busting commercial hubs. We will enter into strategic partnerships and our signature architecture will make each airport an enviable and newsworthy structure. Ethiopian Airlines has 82 passenger destinations —19 of them are domestic— and 23 freight destinations. We will surpass this accomplishment in 3 - 5 years. Our motivation is not profit, but profits will result from excellence and is obviously necessary to assure sustainability, continuity and longevity. We will invest in strategic oil refineries, to have control of our jet fuel prices, which represent 30% of the cost of running an airline. The future of life as we know it on Earth is in our hands!

Muhammad Ali

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