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Onwards and upwards

One major sign that tourism to Africa is on an upward trajectory is the raft of recent announcements of international flights to the continent, says Graham Boynton

As everyone knows, air links are the lifeblood of modern tourism. The market has been gloomy for some time: South Africa, the continent’s biggest aviation market, continues to report stagnant international passenger numbers. Its national airline, staggering under a mountain of debt, has been forced to cut its prized Cape Town-Heathrow slot and shed partnerships with Etihad and other airlines. Despite this, the broader picture may offer a glimmer of hope for an industry that many believe is not growing fast enough.

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