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African Alliance Airlines is a Gambian registered commercial airline designated by the Gambian Government to fly New York-Banjul and beyond. The West Africa routes include Ghana, Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia and Nigeria. African Alliance would also obtain the Fifth Freedom rights in Cote D'ivoire and Cameroon.

First Operations are expected to commence soon, with B767 ad B 737. The company's aim is to operate a low cost airline so as to be able to provide low fares for the traveling public.

The founders, management and employees of African Alliance Airlines are passionate and dedicated to the operations of the Airline. Market factors favor inauguration of a new airline to meet the demand for additional, higher quality passenger and cargo services linking North America (New York) with the rapidly expanding markets of West Africa, and linking other African destinations via its West African Hub to trans-Atlantic and other global destinations. An opportunity for African Alliance success exists because it is entering into the West African market at a time when the market lacks a reliable airline to ply the route, after the collapse of Air Afrique.

One of the AAA priorities is to operate quality and very effective service to air traveler. This is in consonance with the Yamousoukro Declaration and the Banjul Accord. The West African travel industry is under-developed and under-exploited. The industry grows 10% annually. There is no reliable West African airline to take advantage of the potentials of the market.

African Alliance Airlines is an outgrowth of the market research and regional experience of a group of aviation experts garnered over a period of years.

This opportunity is occasioned by growing economic, socio-political stability, and significant business expansion, within and between most of the countries of the region. Additionally, the company has determined that maximum potential from this growth opportunity can be obtained not only by linking certain key destinations within the West Africa region with North America, but by linking the region with carefully selected destinations in southern Africa, Western Europe and beyond. It further has identified significant unmet demand, and significant short, medium and long-term growth potentials

The initial startup team are aviation, and marketing experts with long and successful track records, including extensive experience in organizing and managing other start-up airlines of both regional and global levels. This management team, as determined reduces the risk and ensures the success of the new carrier.

The driving force behind AAA is NATEC. From conception to birth and commencement of operations, NATEC is the lynchpin, and is solely responsible for sourcing the start up capital and loan syndication for the purchase/ lease of aircraft.


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