British Airways’ has big plans for Africa.
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“British Airways’ plans in Africa are not only limited to its recently announced investment in customer experience. Apart from the £400 million (R6891 million) investment in Club World, the latest-generation technology in the air and on the ground, African customers will also benefit from additional capacity on African routes, new lounges and enhanced catering”
Ethiopian Airlines just announced its 5th destination in China. China has invested heavily Ethiopian infrastructure, funding railways, roads and dams.
“Ethiopian Airlines plans to start new non-stop service in June from Addis Ababa to its fifth China destination in Chengdu, a logistics and transportation hub”
Spotlight on SA-based Tourvest, No. 3 inflight retail operator in the world, and recent contract winner to operate Ethiopian Airlines' duty free program.
"The airline onboard retail industry has been growing annually at an average rate of 12.9 percent since 2012, with $5 billion-plus in sales in 2014"