A total of 16 African states have signed a memorandum of implementation (MOI) that formally opens their markets, simplifying intra-African air-transport liberalization and giving the project new momentum. Once a state signs the MOI, it is uploaded to the African Civil Aviation Commission (‏AFCAC) website, notifying other states their market is open and they have removed all restrictive provisions from bilateral agreements. Dakar-based AFCAC is the body responsible for ...

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