African airlines

African airlines

So all African airlines as follows:


Air Algeria (Air Algerie)

Air Gemini (Air Gemini)

Air Botswana (Air Botswana)

Air Burkina (Air Burkina)

Air Burundi (Air Burundi)

EyrServis Gabon (Air Service Gabon)

Air GvineyaEkspress (Air Guinee Express)

Air ArabiyaEdzhipt (AirArabia Egypt)

Air Cairo (Air Cairo)

Air Memphis (Air Memphis)

EyEmSi Airlines (AMC Airlines)

Air Zimbabwe (Air Zimbabwe)

AfrikanEkspress Airways (African Express Airways)

Eyrkeniya (Airkenya)

AeroService (Aero Service)

Tropics Air (Air Tropiques)

African Airways (Afriqiyah Airways)

Air Ivory Coast (Air Coted'Ivoire)

Air Libya (Air Libiya)

Air Mauritius (Air Mauritius)

Air Madagascar (Air Madagascar)

Air Malawi

Air Mali (Air Mali)

Air Arabia Marco (Air Arabia Maroc)

Blue Atlas (Atlas Blue)

Air Namibia (Air Namibia)

Aerokontraktors (Aerocontractors)

Air Nigeria

Arik Air (Arik Air)

Air Austral (Air Austral)

Air Seychelles (Air Seychelles)

Air West (Air West)

Air Tanzania (Air Tanzania)

Eyskai (Asky)

Airlink (Airlink)


GolfEyr Benin (Benin Golf Air)

Business Aviation (Business Aviation)

Barack Air (Buraq Air)

Bellevue Airlines (Bellview Airlines)


Kameyr-Ko (Camair Co)

Comores Aviation

CAA (Compagnie Africaine D'Aviation)

Chanchangi Airlines (Chanchangi Airlines)

Cronus Airlines (Cronos Airlines)



Air Djibouti (Djibouti Air)

Airlines Djibouti (Djibouti Airlines)

Dornier Aviation Nigeria (Dornier Aviation Nigeria)


Idzhipteyr (Egyptair)

Idzhipteyr Express (Egyptair Express)

Eagle Air (Eagle Air)

IstAfrikan Airlines (East African Airlines)

EGA (EGA-Ecuato Guineanade Aviacion)

Eritrean Airlines (Eritrean Airlines)

Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian Airlines)


Flay540Angola (Fly 540 Angola)

Flay540 (Fly 540)

Feeder Airlines

Fastjet (Fastjet)

Federal Air (Federal Air)


Airlines Gabon (Gabon Airlines)

Bird Gambia (Gambia Bird)

InterneshnlEyrlaynz Ghana (Ghana International Airlines)


Hewa Bora Airways


InterAir (Inter Air)


Jet Express (Jet Express)

Dzhetfoyu (Jet4you)


KoralBlu (Koral Blue)

Kenya Airways (Kenya Airways)

Kin Avia (Kin Avia)

Corongo Airlines (Korongo Airlines)

Cabo Air

Cartago Airlines (Karthago Airlines)

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Air Lotus (Lotus Air)

Libyan Airlines (Libyan Airlines)

Mozambique LAM (Linhas Aereasde Mosambique-LAM)


Midwest Airlines (Midwest Airlines)

Moorish International Airlines (Mauritania Airlines International)

Mozambique Express (Mocambique Expresso)

Mid Airlines

Mango (Mango)


Nesma Airlines (Nesma Airlines)

Neil Eyre (Nile Air)

Nouvelair Tunisie (Nouvelair Tunisie)

National Airways

Neychelink Charters (Naturelink Charters)

North Air (Norse Air)


Overland Airways


Petroleum Air Services (Petroleum Air Services)



Regional AirLines (Regional AirLines)

Royal Air Maroc

Royal Air Maroc Express

Rwandair (R wandair)

Regional Air Services (Regional Air Services)


Soneyr (Sonair)

SlokEyr International (Slok Air International)

SanEyr (Sun Air)

Swift Air (Swift Air)

EsTiPi Airways (STP Airways)

Svazilend Eyrlink (Swaziland Airlink)

Senegalese airline (Senegal Airlines)

Sunu Air

Sudan Airways

Safari Plus (Safari Plus)

Seveneyr (Sevenair)

Sifaks Airlines (Syphax Airlines)

Star Equatorial Airlines (Star Equatorial Airlines)

SSS Express (SA Express)


SauzAfrikanEyrveyz (South African Airways)


Tassili Airlines (Tassili Airlines)

TAAG-Angola Airlines (TAAG-Angola Airlines)


TransAir Congo (Trans Air Congo)

Air Tiko (Tiko Air)

Tuniseyr (Tunisair)

Tunisavia (Tunisavia)


Vikfolz Airways (Vicfaals Airways)


Wimbi Dira Airways


Zambezi Airlines (Zambezi Airlines)


Van Time Airline (1 Time Airline)

The current state of Africa's air transportation is developed at a sufficient level: only at the expense of Egypt and the Republic of South Africa there are 13 of major airlines. All of them provide for both local flights and flights to other countries.

On the territory of the African region of Africa, the emergence of the first airlines took place in the middle of the past century, since then the active development of the entire aviation structure of this continent has been developing. African aviation lines now have a connection with almost all countries of the world: located in the neighborhood and rather distant. At the R. O. Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg) alone, more than 20 million passengers are served annually.

The total number of African airlines is constantly growing. They are different fleet and passenger service class. In accordance with approximate calculations in 58 countries and territories of Africa lives almost 1 billion people.

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airlines in countries Africa Now they are booming (especially since many African states were sovereign before 1961 was announced, African aviation had no prospects for development), and new airlines are founded every year to make flights more comfortable and cheaper.