Report on the implementation of the Yamoussoukro declaration on a new African air policy
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
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In November 1988, the African Minister "responsible for Civil Aviation adopted at Yamoussoukro the Declaration on a new African Air Transport Policy. In adopting this Declaration they undertook individually and collectively to work towards establishing and expanding international aeronautical activities in Africa, The objectives defined by the said declaration as follows:- a) To integrate African airlines within a period of eight years spread out in three phases during which the problems of traffic right, tariff, and improvement of the management of African airlines will be examined with a view to reaching a compromise and finding appropriate solutions; b) To define a common African position with regard to the Computer reservation system and all new decisions on noise standards; c) To establish an African aircraft financing and leasing company in order to facilitate the procurement of aeronautical equipment.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (1991-01). Report on the implementation of the Yamoussoukro declaration on a new African air policy. UN. ECA Intergovernmental Meeting of Experts of Transport and Communications and Planning (8th : 1991, Feb.1- 5 : Abuja, Nigeria). [Addis Ababa] :. © UN. ECA,. http://hdl.handle.net/10855/3079”
ConferenceUN. ECA Intergovernmental Meeting of Experts of Transport and Communications and Planning (8th : 1991, Feb.1- 5 : Abuja, Nigeria)
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