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Liberalisation of EAC air transport on course



Africans countries have the reputation to protect their airspace, despite, Air Services Agreements. With the liberilasation, airlines will able to operate flights between all airports in EAC, without restrictions.





Jumah Ssenyonga


The liberalization of air transport in the East African Community (EAC) is progressing well as planned despite some challenges, sources from the EAC Secretariat have said.

Briefing stakeholders this week, the principal engineer at the Secretariat said the development of the framework for the implementation of the Yamoussoukro Declaration (YD) on the full liberalisation of air transport in EAC was progressing well and the Community was expected to consider a draft of it by the end of May this year. 

“With the foregoing developments, it is hoped that operational efficiencies and increased frequencies and capacities will lead to higher levels of service in the aviation market in the region and also lower fares and freight charges,” affirmed Eng. Laudislaus Matindi.



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