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Christian FOLLY-KOSSI communique énormément avec les medias qui le sollicitent souvent pour la profondeur de ses vues et la pertinence de ses analyses notamment sur l’évolution des affaires de l’industrie du transport aérien. Il en résulte une série d’articles de journaux, de publications et de références sur Internet dont vous pouvez trouvez ci-dessous quelques exemples

Articles de Journaux
Airline Industry Facing Safety, Security Challenges

The Daily Monitor (Addis Ababa)
May 11, 2007
News Article By Dagnachew Teklu

The African Airlines Association (AFRAA), which is convening its third regional ministerial conference here in Addis on air transport, said urgent action was need to by all stakeholders to rescue the industry from the precarious situation it now finds itself....
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Africa airlines must stop brain drain-industry body

Reuters 2007

"Airlines from Gulf states and Asia are poaching pilots, engineers and cabin crew who have been trained by African airlines," Christian Folly-Kossi, secretary of the African Airlines Association told a two-day aviation conference in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa...Read more


Hopes of Improvement for African Airline Industry

By James Butty Washington, DC
07 June 2006

Folly-Kossi says globalization means putting the strong and the weak on equal footing. But he says while David killed Goliath in the Bible, the Goliaths have been killing the David’s in the African airlines market. Folly-Kossi says the African Airlines industry should consider imposing some restrictions to bring some balance to the competition.
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Move to ban aircraft above 20 years coming

By Kenneth Ehigiator & Kingsley Omonobi
Posted to the Web: Thursday, October 27, 2005

The position of AFRAA came as investigators into the crash questioned eyewitnesses in communities around the crash site about what they saw.
AFRAA Secretary-General, Mr. Folly Kossi, speaking in Lagos said older planes were creating problems of maintenance for African airlines. “AFRAA will tackle  African countries to ban old generation aircraft above 20 years....Read more

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AFRAA official urges African transport ministers to create development fund


The leaders of sub-Saharan countries in Africa should launch a fund to provide financial aid to airlines that are suffering from the strong competition from European airlines and from safety concerns, according to Christian Folly-Kossi, secretary-general of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA)...Read more

Air Transport World, March, 2002 by Vandyk, Anthony

AFRAA awakens: Under Christian Folly Kossi, the long-somnolent African Airlines Association has found its voice.

Long regarded by observers--and indeed, by many members--as an "ineffective" organization, the African Airlines Assn. has become a meaningful voice of the African air transport industry since Christian Folly Kossi took over as secretary general two years ago. The former long-time adviser to Air Afrique top management quickly restructured the organization, launched its website and set up a consultancy service "to provide solutions for member airlines in need... Read More


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