The rocky road to getting ECAir back off the ground

An ECAir plane in Brussels in 2017.
An ECAir plane in Brussels in 2017. © Jean-Luc Flémal/BelPress/MaxPPP
With the help of Anatole Collinet Makosso's government, state-run ECAir's chairwoman Fatima Beyina-Moussa, is pulling out all the stops to get her planes in the air despite the airline's financial situation and new competition. [...] (643 words)
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