This session, which brought together 463 delegates representing 61 countries on "Strengthening African Aviation in the Free Context", emphasized the importance of sharing best practices and developing programs and initiatives, funded by African financial institutions, with the aim of overcoming the barriers to integration of these two social components, namely women and young people.
AFRAA urges governments, as well as African policy makers in the aviation industry, to engage young professionals, both women and men, in developing the sector through accessible training to ensure the safety and quality of flight services in Africa.
With regard to the African Single Flight Market (MUTAA), a flagship project of the African Union Agenda 2063, AFRAA requested all stakeholders, including the African Civil Aviation Commission. and the regional economic community, to work together to resolve all difficulties and harmonize the economic regulations of member countries to complete this major project, under the Yamoussoukro Decree. He also called for mobilizing the resources needed for the rapid realization of MUTAA.
Regarding the cost and tax component, the African Airlines Association advocates reducing passenger taxes, calling on the African government and airport authorities to push for competition in the delivery of air transportation services. .
Initiated by Royal Air Maroc (RAM) in partnership with AFRAA, this international meeting has enabled various air transportation stakeholders to address issues related to the development of the sector in Africa, as well as growth opportunities for African airlines. .
HA / APA