Airlines similar to or like Air Afrique

Pan-African airline, that was mainly owned by many West African countries for most of its history. Wikipedia

  • West African Airways Corporation

    Airline that operated from 1946 to 1958, jointly owned by the governments of Britain's four west African colonies, namely The Gambia, the Gold Coast , Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. Headquartered at the Airways House in Ikeja, Nigeria, and operated from its hub in Lagos Airport. Wikipedia

  • Union de Transports Aériens

    The largest wholly privately owned, independent airline in France. Also the second-largest international, as well as the second principal intercontinental, French airline and a full member of the International Air Transport Association since its inception. Wikipedia

  • Air Mali (1960–89)

    Most commonly known, was the former national airline of the Republic of Mali. It had its head office in Bamako. Wikipedia

  • Ecobank

    Ecobank Transnational Inc. , is a pan-African banking conglomerate, with banking operations in 36 African countries. Leading independent regional banking group in West Africa and Central Africa, serving wholesale and retail customers. Wikipedia

  • East African Airways

    Airline jointly run by Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. Set up on 1 January 1946, starting operations the same year. Wikipedia

  • Air Zaïre

    The national airline of Zaire. Located on the grounds of N'djili Airport in Kinshasa. Wikipedia


    Sentences forAir Afrique

    • Until 1983, Air Afrique's DC-10s also stopped at Robertsfield on that airline's Abidjan-Monrovia-Dakar-New York services.Roberts International Airport-Wikipedia
    • With a speed of 300 km/h (200 mph), it reduced the journey time to only four days, and the Sabena service ran on alternate weeks to an Air Afrique service.Sabena-Wikipedia
    • It developed a number of joint services and of these the most successful and most well known is the multinational airline Air Afrique.African and Malagasy Union-Wikipedia
    • Compagnie Nationale Air Gabon was established in May 1977, after Gabon withdrew from the Air Afrique consortium in December 1976.Air Gabon-Wikipedia
    • The Republic was also a partner in Air Afrique, before it ceased operations in 2002.Transport in the Central African Republic-Wikipedia
    • The new postwar Aéromaritime continued under the wing of UAT until the rise of African nationalism required the creation of a more user-friendly Air Afrique, and other local companies.Union Aéromaritime de Transport-Wikipedia

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