AFRICAN AIR CARRIERS
Most of people have different misunderstanding about Arica. If you're planning a trip to Africa, it's likely that you're intending on visiting more than one place whether it's two spots within the same country or a tour of several different nations. Often, the distances between your chosen destinations will be vast for example, it's 1,015 miles/ 1,635 kilometers from Cape Town to Durban. As a result, driving can take up a lot of your precious vacation time. In many African countries, the roads are poorly maintained, making overland journeys even more arduous. In some places, corrupt traffic officers, livestock on the road and high accident rates add to the stress of traveling by car making domestic flights an attractive alternative. If you plan to fly internally, the best option is often to book with a national airline Internationally, African airlines have a bad reputation for safety, but many of them (like South African Airways and Ethiopian Airlines) are indistinguishable from first-world airlines in terms of service. Punctuality can be a problem though, and flights are sometimes arbitrarily canceled so make sure to leave plenty of time for catching connecting flights. To avoid the inconvenience of your chosen airline going bust before your scheduled travel time, try to fly with the national carrier where possible budget and private airlines come and go quickly in Africa. In this article, we list the national airline for each African country, in alphabetical order. Routes are subject to change and should be checked carefully before booking. Countries without an official airline are not listed, however, private carriers may be available.
Air Algérie is the national airline of Algeria. It flies to 32 domestic airports and also offers flights to 42 international destinations.
TAAG is the official airline of Angola. It offers 12 domestic routes as well as flights to cities throughout Africa, Europe, and Latin America.
Air Botswana is the flag carrier of Botswana. It offers four domestic routes (to Francistown, Gaborone, Kasane, and Maun), as well as flights to South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.
Air Burkina is Burkina Faso's national airline. It offers one domestic route (between the capital, Ouagadougou, and Bobo-Dioulasso), as well as routes to seven other West African nations.
TACV is the national airline of Cape Verde, with 10 domestic destinations on offer. It also offers several international routes, including flights to Paris, Lisbon, and Amsterdam.