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The national carrier of Djibouti, on the horn of Africa, is Daallo Airlines, based at Djibouti Ambouli International Airport. The Directorate of Civil Aviation and Meteorology is responsible for aviation regulation.
Airports in Djibouti
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The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority has developed a new organisational structure to transform its management of flight management control operations and safety and security quality standards. GCAA launched its Comprehensive Transformation Programme in 2010 and has already developed new financial and strategic plans.
The political instability engulfing some North African states has extensive implications for tourism and aviation across the region. Already dozens of governments are warning their citizens to avoid travel to Egypt. Several have chartered aircraft to ferry their nationals out. Cairo Airport has been met with chaotic scenes in the past few days as thousands of foreigners seek to leave. In this special report, CAPA reviews the immediate aviation and tourism impacts from the North Africa/Middle East civil unrest.
Dubai World’s move to defer debt repayments and restructure its organisation (not for the first time this year) has global implications. USD59 billion in debt is large by most standards, but not intrinsically debilitating for the global markets. For aviation, the implications could be significant. The group has extensive and diverse airline and related investments. These stretch into many areas of activity, from an investment in EADS to Indian low cost airline, SpiceJet.