REPORT: Putting Madagascar on the map
Improving connectivity matters to all parts of the African continent, not just those with bigger markets or easier access. The very nature of air service development means grappling with the obstacles to persuading new airlines, and the travelers they serve, to fly to your destination.
Madagascar is one of the largest islands in the world, with just over 2000 km of water separating it from its nearest neighbour, Mozambique. Just as with some other islands and countries, such as Australia and the Azores, where distance has allowed a unique natural environment to develop, the separation of Madagascar from the African landmass means that it boasts unique wildlife, forests and biodiversity. Combine this with beaches and baobabs and there are the makings of a very special tourist destination.
This report prepared by AviaDev Consult highlights the traffic profile, airlines and current routes and explores the opportunities that lies ahead for Madagascar.
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