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Overview

Our Presence in Africa

Our partnerships in Africa date back more than 75 years and Boeing airplanes form the backbone of the continent's commercial fleet with more than 60 airline customers operating around 500 airplanes, representing approximately 70% of the airplane market currently in service across the continent.

Graced by vast natural resources and an expanding young workforce, Africa is forecast to see strong traffic and airplane demand growth in the next two decades. Boeing forecasts that African carriers will require 1,015 new jet aircraft deliveries over the next 20 years, 79% for growth of the current fleet. Boeing is firmly committed to this potential.

Our investments in Africa have helped grow the local aerospace sector, creating jobs and driving innovation for mutual benefit. Boeing works with eight suppliers across six markets in Africa, with partnerships valued at approximately $41 million per year.

Since 2006, Boeing has invested over $12.1M in community outreach programs across Africa, all focused on providing systemic improvements in education and economic empowerment for those in poverty.

Bernie Dunn is currently the president of Boeing Africa, and also covers Turkey and the Middle East region. Our office is located in Johannesburg, South Africa, in addition to having field service representatives with commercial customers across the continent.  

Our Customers in Africa

  • Aero Contractors
  • Aeronexus
  • Africa Charter Airline
  • African Express Airways
  • Air Algerie
  • Air Austral
  • Air Direct Connect
  • Air Ghana
  • Air Peace
  • Air Senegal
  • Air Tanzania
  • Air Zimbabwe
  • Alexandria Airlines
  • Alfa Airlines
  • Allied Air Cargo
  • Almasria Universal Airlines
  • AMC Airlines
  • Arik Air
  • ASKY
  • Astral Aviation
  • Azman Air
  • BADR Airlines
  • Buraq Air
  • Cabo Verde Airlines
  • Cally Air
  • Camair-Co
  • Canadian Airways Congo
  • CEIBA Intercontinental
  • Comair
  • DANA
  • DANA Air
  • Egyptair
  • Emirate Touch Aviation Services
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Express Air Cargo
  • Fanjet Express
  • flyEgypt
  • Gomair
  • Grand Air
  • Green Flag Aviation
  • Halla Airlines
  • JedAir
  • Kenya Airways
  • Linhas Aereas de Mocambique
  • Liza Transport International
  • Malawi Airlines
  • Mango
  • Mauritanian Airlines
  • MaxAir
  • Med View Airlines
  • Multiple Solutions
  • NG Eagle
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • RwandAir
  • Safair
  • Safe Air Company
  • Serve Air
  • Sky Mali
  • SkyAir corp
  • Star Air Cargo
  • TAAG Angola Airlines
  • Tarco Aviation
  • Tassili Airlines
  • Trans Air Cargo Services
  • Trans Air Congo
  • Tunisair
  • Zone 4 International

Community Engagement

Since 2006, Boeing has partnered with over 40 organizations in Africa to deliver a variety of community programs. Working across Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, and South Africa, Boeing invested over $12.1 million to support systemic improvements in education, economic empowerment, and the alleviation of rural poverty.

Some of our community projects in Africa:

Boeing Business Challenge

Boeing Business Challenge

Morocco: The Boeing Business Challenge with Injaz Al Maghrib supports student’s innovation and provides aviation-themed business solutions.

Tunisia Innovation Camp

Tunisia Innovation Camp

Injaz Tunisia Innovation Camp helps school students prepare for their professional careers.

Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Algeria: Injaz El Djazair develops an entrepreneurial ecosystem to help students learn how to build businesses and enter the workforce.

International Business Internship Program

International Business Internship Program

Two female students from Africa selected to join The International Business Internship program (IBIP) by Boeing.

Digital Data Divide

Kenya: Digital Divide Data (DDD) addresses youth unemployment through the Work-Study Program.

(Photo: Digital Divide Data)

Link Community Development

Ethiopia: Link Community Development program helped improve learning for 61,345 girls.

(Photo: LCD Ethiopia)

Global Teachers Institute

South Africa: The Future Leaders Programme (FLP) by Global Teachers Institute is a school-based teacher development program.

(Photo: LCD Ethiopia)

The BOMA Project

Kenya - The BOMA Project enrolls ultra-poor women to start a small business and provide financial and life skills training and mentoring.

(Photo: The BOMA Project)

The Village Enterprise Fund

Kenya - The Village Enterprise poverty graduation program poor individuals access to business and financial literacy training and ongoing mentorship, along with a seed capital grant to start businesses.

(Photo: Village Enterprise)

Hand in Hand International

Tanzania - Hand in Hand International, Entrepreneurship Training provides business support and training to women.

(Photo: Hand in Hand International)

Ubuntu Pathways

South Africa: The Ubuntu Pathways Project transformed their campus to an emergency COVID-19 response center in Port Elizabeth, providing life-saving medical support, food, job skills training, and education.

(Photo: Urbuntu Pathways)

ThinKYoung AISBL

Kenya: ThinkYoung helps students to pursue further studies within the STEM field. Teaching sessions are dedicated to coding, robotics and drone building.

In the News

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Zeina El Hakam
Communications Manager – Middle East, Turkey and Africa
Boeing International
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    Johannesburg Office

    Boeing International Corporation - South Africa
    The Woodlands Office Park
    Bldg 16, 1st floor, Unit I
    20 Woodlands Drive
    Woodmead
    Johannesburg 2191
    Gauteng
    Republic of South Africa

    Phone: +27 861 777 787
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