The aviation industry remains a male-dominated field. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) which represents 290 airlines in 120 countries, the proportion of women holding C-level roles in the industry is just 3%.
Nevertheless, in Africa, several women have broken through the barriers to occupy leadership positions in this sector, which is experiencing a post-covid recovery on the continent. They are CEOs or executives in airlines, directors of airports, airport management organizations or civil aviation authorities.
Africanshapers has selected 100 African women who are significantly contributing to the development of . . .
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