ALl African Airways Hubs

Hubs Introduction

All African Airways boasts a truly international footprint, from where we operate. We currently own and manage two operational centres, referred to as Hubs, both located on the African continent.

All hubs have their own unique facilities, and each hub is managed by a member of our leadership team, in their capacity as Hub Manager.

Our aircraft are all assigned to a specific hub, and they may be parked and serviced at any of these centers, at the discretion of our Fleet Manager.

Pilots are encouraged to, once they've completed a selection of flights with a specific aircraft, return it to one of our published hubs, where it may be parked at a reduced parking cost to our business, as well as from where they may be serviced and maintained.

We currently have only the following hubs available to assist us in managing our operations, fleet and scheduled routes:

Main Operations Center, based at Johannesburg International Airport (FAOR)

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Location: Oliver Thambo International Airport (FAOR), Johannesburg (South Africa)

Center size: Extra Large Maintenance, Central Operations

Hub Manager: Herve

Purpose: This is the main hub for All African airways Operations in Africa, as well as to and from various International destinations.

Northern Africa Center, based in Morocco

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Location: Mohammed V International Airport, Casablanca, Morocco (GMMN)

Center size: Central Operations

Hub Manager: Herve

Purpose: This hub increases the International footprint of All African Airways, by being the link between Africa and various European destinations, such as France, Spain, Germany, Portugal and The Netherlands, as well as to London (Heathrow) in the United Kingdom.