|10-01-2014, 02:33 PM||#1|
Emirates airlines expand in Africa to meet growing demand
Dubai`s Emirates airlines announced on Tuesday that it is expanding its position of power in Africa by establishing a ten-year management agreement with Angola`s national airline.
This recent new accord with TAAG Angola Airlines; the national carrier of Angola will also boost growth, along with government will supply the African airline with a detailed business plan and devise strategies.
Regarding this new settlement the chairman and chief executive officer of Emirates; Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum said: “Emirates aims to provide deeper reach and better connectivity for our passengers in Central and South Africa.”
He also added that TAAG Angola Airlines will “benefit from Emirates’ global network” and on a bigger scheme this will profit the African continent and in particularly Angola in terms of new air routes access.
This partnership with Angola along with a past alliance with SriLankan Airlines Ltd. and a current agreement with Qantas Airways Ltd. are only reflecting the constant efficient expansion of Emirates across the world and within fresh aviation markets.
Emirates airlines are the world`s biggest by international traffic and the largest in the Middle East.
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