Agreement between Chad and Central Africa in the sky

The Ndjamena-Bangui line is announced to be served in 2019 with Chadia Airlines, the national company owned by Chad 51% by the State and 49% by Ethiopian Airlines, which began operations on 1 October 2018.

By Cédric T.

Chad and the Central African Republic, two neighboring countries of Central Africa, signed on 18 December 2018, a bilateral agreement on air services.

Indeed, the two parties have agreed on the designation of the airlines for the operation of the services between the different airports, the traffic rights of the companies designated by each party without frequency limits, the capacity module that they wish to put in operation and the free fixing of tariffs.

It should be noted that no aerial link exists, to date, between the two countries. The N’Djamena-Bangui line is announced to be serviced in 2019 with Chadia Airlines, the Chadian state-owned company owned 51% by the State and 49% by Ethiopian Airlines, which began operations on 1 October 2018.

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