Emirates plans to expand in Africa with at least 10 new routes by 2025

Emirates, the largest international airline, is planning to expand in Africa with at least 10 new routes by 2025 and a jet fleet worth $10 billion to $12 billion, according to President Tim Clark.

The carrier is seeking African destinations with oil and gas reserves that need regular transport for people and cargo, Clark told reporters at the Africa Global Business Forum in Dubai, where it’s based. The company is also considering opportunities in West African countries such as Equatorial Guinea and Togo.

Read more: Emirates Plans to Expand Africa Routes by 2025 With Bigger Fleet – Bloomberg.

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