The West African state of Ivory Coast will again have its own airline this summer, when Air Cote D’Ivoire launches regional services in July.
The West African state of Ivory Coast will again have its own airline this summer, when Air Cote D’Ivoire launches regional services in July. The airline is a partnership with Air France (AF) and the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), the economic development agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) (ATW News, Feb. 29). Initial capital was set at XAF2.5 billion ($4.9 million) and will rise in the short term to XAF25 billion. The Ivory Coast government will ...
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