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8U – Afriqiyah Airways – Libya – A320s based in Tripoli and going to Europe and N. Africa
RK – Air Afrique – Connecting Europe and West Africa
AH – Air Algerie – Algeria – Flights from Frankfurt and Berlin
MD – Air Madagascar – Eastern Africa’s premiere air service
SW – Air Namibia
DS – Air Senegal – Senegal – Member of the Groupe Royal Air Maroc. Three B737s and a Dash 8
TC – Air Tanzania – Tanzania – Dubai, Johannesburg, Muscat, Nairobi, Mombasa and Zanzibar, plus many destinations within Tanzania
UM – Air Zimbabwe – Flights throughout southen Africa
QP – Airkenya – Kenya – Domestic flights
B3 – Bellview Airlines – Nigeria – Domestic routes on DC-9s plus Nairobi, Bombay and Amsterdam on an A300
MN – British Airways South Africa – Operated by Comair
VR – Cabo Verde Airlines – Cape Verde to Boston, Amsterdam, Paris and Munich
UY – Cameroon Airlines – Central Africa plus Jeddah, Paris, London and Brussels with B747 and B737
City Connexion Airlines – Burundi – Launch customer for the Ayres 7000 aircraft
D3 – Daallo Airlines – Djibouti/Somalia – AN-24s, IL-18s and TU-154s
HSA – East African Safari Air – Kenya – France and Italy to Nairobi, plus charters
MS – EgyptAir – 95 destinations on a fleet with an average age of 6 years
ET – Ethiopian Airlines – Domestic flights, plus Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia
FO – Expedition Airways – Zimbabwe – Seven Zimbabwe destinations, plus South Africa and Mozambique using a Beechcraft 1900C
GH – Ghana Airways – Flights to and from West Africa and Accra
KQ – Kenya Airways – Nairobi to the rest of Africa and select world destinations
TM – LAM Linhas Aéreas de Mocambique – Mozambique
CE – Nationwide Airlines – South Africa – B727s, B737s and B767s on domestic flights plus London Gatwick
WT – Nigeria Airlines – Nigeria – Lagos to Heathrow and JFK
ORK – ORCA AirLines – Egypt – From Cairo to the Middle East
PW – Precision Air – Tanzania – Scheduled, charter and scenic flights out of Arusha, Dar es Salaam and Bukoba
Q3 – Roan Air – Zambia – Domestic flights, with plans for London and Johannesburg
AT – Royal Air Maroc – Morocco – 747s from Montreal and JFK to Casablanca
FA – Safair – South Africa – Passenger and cargo flights with 727s, MD80s and Hercules L382Gs
4Z – South African Airlink – South Africa – Embraers and Jetstreams feed the parent airline
SA – South African Airways – Flag carrier
YB – South African Express Airways – Connector flights centered in Johannsburg
SD – Sudan Airways – Sudan – B707s, B737s and an A300
BU – Sun Air – South Africa – Flights between Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban
TU – Tunisair – Tunisia – Forty-seven flights a day to major European capitals
9C – Wimbi Dira Airways – Congo – Domestic flights out of Kinshasa