AU seeks to improve air travel in Africa

Delegates meeting in Ethiopia are hoping the idea of a unified airspace across the entire continent will finally take flight.

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    Air travel in Africa is notoriously difficult - it can be expensive, unsafe and often you are forced to fly the long way around. But the African Union (AU) wants to change that.

    Delegates meeting in Ethiopia are hoping the idea of a unified airspace across the entire continent will finally take flight.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Johannesburg.


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