Aviator Angola

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Founded in 2009, Aviator Angola-based Bestfly and Ethiopian-based flight support, charter, and aviation consultancy Krimson Aviation have teamed up to establish a joint venture that will serve the business aviation sector in Africa. The new partnership, called BFK Aviation, will offer its customers “a combination of aircraft operational know-how, industry experience, and an extensive market footprint,” says the joint venture. The partnership will initially focus on supporting the growing business aviation sector in Angola. The firm also has a vision to share its experience in the region with stakeholders who wish to maximize the benefits of the sector but are at an early stage of its development, such as other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Angola’s heyday during the war saw it develop an expansive rail system. The northern line from Luanda to Malenje now operates a full service, while the middle line travels from Lobito to Huambo and Cubal. A southern line has yet to be completed. The Ministry of Transportation has plans to expand the railway network by adding passenger, tank, and freight carriages. These expansions will require railroad infrastructure, maintenance and operations support.

Aviator Angola: A Pioneering Force in African Aviation Industry

MAF Canada began work in Angola at the height of the civil war, with Cessna Caravan serial number 018 delivered from MAF-US. By the end of the war, MAF Caravans logged hundreds of flight hours a month in support of NGO and ministry programs across Angola. This increased access to rural communities helps MAF partner with the HALO Trust to bring awareness of the scourge of land mines to Angola.

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