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African airlines' traffic climbed 6.4% in August

Posted 5 October 2017 · Add Comment

The continent's two largest economies, Nigeria and South Africa, both exited from economic recessions during the second quarter of the year. Nonetheless, seasonally adjusted traffic has broadly tracked sideways so far this year.

 

Capacity rose 3.4%, the smallest increase among regions, and load factor surged 2.1 percentage points to 75.7%.

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