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YallaFly - new private charter airline is entering the market

Posted 3 December 2018 · Add Comment

YallaFly airlines is a new private air charter airline which is in its formative stages. It said it has been organised to take full advantage of a specific gap in the mid-haul international travel market. The gap exists in private charter services between North Africa, Europe, USA and Near East.

 

The airline added it wants to ‘solve problems’ that have been overlooked by other airlines.  These include:

-              Private aviation market (especially in North Africa) is still immature and emerging, so local businesses do not have enough experience in the industry of professional air services.

 

-              Most of carriers operating on these markets have small fleets of planes made of 2-4 jets, the majority of which were manufactured in the 20th century.

-              Due to weak competition and underdeveloped market, air transport companies do not follow strict safety rules.

A representative said:  “Our company is built by professionals with extensive experience in the airline industry. We offer highly comfortable, safe and cost-effective way of travelling, which can be a good alternative to the traditional means of transport. Security is our priority, we have made it a priority by having modern fleet of planes, and also meeting all new safety standards.”

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