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ECAA secures over 66 mln birr PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 11 February 2013 11:58

The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) said over 66 million birr was secured from navigation fees and from different airlines flying within the country’s airspace during the first half of the current Ethiopian budget year alone.
The amount exceeded the sum obtained for the same period last year by 9 percent.
It said the country has amended bilateral air transport service agreements signed earlier with Egypt, Niger, Gabon and Zimbabwe with a view to improving air transport service.
Meanwhile, discussions are underway to amend similar agreements signed with Sudan, South Sudan, Nigeria and Tanzania.
The Authority also said it has carried out commendable activities in aviation safety and providing efficient air transport service to passengers during the reported period.
(WALTA)


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