Emirates Airline has said it sees potential for growth in Africa, with plans to increase its frequencies to some destinations including Morocco, Ghana, Senegal, Egypt, and South Africa.
Orhan Abbas, senior vice-president of commercial operations in Africa for Emirates, said Africa has been one of the strong performing markets for the carrier over the past two years, even amid challenges.
In the year ending March 31, 2019, Emirates saw a 9 per cent rise year-on-year in revenues from its operations to and from Africa, with the region registering the strongest growth compared to other markets.
The second largest growing markets in terms of revenues were the Americas, at 8 per cent, followed by Europe at 6 per cent.
Abbas said the growth in travel into and out of Africa stems from various sectors including leisure, business travel, trade, and religious travel especially for Hajj and Umrah from West Africa.
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