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TATV Spotlight: Turning Krimson into the green

Posted 18 May 2021 · Add Comment

Ethiopia is well known for its national carrier – and Africa’s largest airline – Ethiopian Airlines, but like Africa as a whole, its business aviation sector has been very quiet by comparison.

But to explain how that is all changing, this edition of Spotlight turns the focus onto Dawit Lemma, the founder and CEO of Krimson.

The aviation services business is established in 12 African countries and provides flight support, charter and leasing brokerage, as well as MRO solutions tailored to AOG issues and offering consulting services, all tailored to business aviation, ad hoc non-scheduled services, humanitarian and medivac segments.

Marcelle Nethersole talks to Lemma about his personal ambitions and his views on the whole African business and private aviation market.
 
 
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