Air Cemac ends ties with South African Airways, looking for new strategic partner

Air Cemac, a proposed airline for the Central African region has terminated its air services agreement with South African Airways and is now shopping for new partnerships within the next one month.

The accord has ended suddenly as a result of "deep differences of opinion" between Air Cemac and the South African Airways management.
Air Cemac shopping for new Strategic Partners
Air Cemac is an initiative of the heads of states of nations in the Central African region to create a regional, mainly privately held airline to foster regional integration and easier travel in the Central African region.
Cameroon, the Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Chad, which are shareholders in Air Cemac, agreed to base the airline in Brazzaville, Congo.

With so many suitors in the African aviation industry, Air Cemac will not be shopping for long.

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