AFRAA re-launched the Route Network Coordination Project on 14 August 2014, under a different approach where it engages the airline Heads of Alliances and Network Planning to spearhead commercial cooperation. The Route Network Committee has the responsibility of striving to alleviate the challenge of fully connecting cities within Africa.
20 Interline Electronic Ticketing
16 Special Prorate Agreements
11 Code sharing agreements
1 New Route: Nairobi – Casablanca (operated by Royal Air Maroc since 31st March 2016 and Kenya Airways code sharing)
9,422 Additional Passengers
$3,478,000 Incremental Revenue
…. and much more in finalization among carriers participating regularly to our meeting
Congratulations to all members participating to the Project. Your efforts drove some significant results
It is a success but:
We should all feel concerned and embrace a win-win initiative for all participating carriers
It is free to participate and your airline has nothing to loose – rather recapture the revenue you are loosing to your competitor! And all this at no cost: any additional passenger on board is big benefit
AFRAA is the project leader and coordinator. Milanamos is an independent third party provider supporting the airlines during the preparation and their bilateral discussions. Therefore there is full confidentially of your business
Everyone is welcomed, large or small carriers. We have demonstrated the benefit of the project and the participating airlines can tell you more why they love it!
The AFRAA Route Network coordination Committee meets 3 times every year. For further information as regards meetings, please contact the AFRAA Secretariat.