Transportation Secretary Slater works to improve African nations' aviation systems

October 1997
Jet;10/27/97, Vol. 92 Issue 23, p7
Reports a joint effort between the United States and Africa for an economic development strategy that will include ways to improve the aviation industry in Africa, according to Transportation Secretary Rodney E. Slater. Comments from Slater; The effort to expand the US and African aviation relations.


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