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Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

“We have 640 Nigerians that want to come back from South Africa, and that will require two planes. There may be more people who want to leave..,” @abikedabiri  told CNN

Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region of the world.⁠ So if most flights lose money, why are governments so keen on them?

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Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

Planes in Africa fly with more empty seats than in any other region in the world. So why are governments reviving national airlines?

Tanzania says South Africa has impounded one of its Airbus planes

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Air transportation in Africa. Whether it’s cargo or people, these airmen load and unload everything on planes landing at this base in Niger. #KnowYourMil 

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In 2011, researchers let 100 paper planes fly 23 miles above Germany - Since then, some have been found in Canada, USA and South Africa.

Aviators will race 8,000 miles across Africa in vintage planes

In 2011, researchers let 100 paper planes fly 23 miles above Germany - Since then, some have been found in Canada, USA and South Africa.

In 2011, researchers let 100 paper planes fly 23 miles above Germany - Since then, some have been found in Canada, USA and South Africa.

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