Aviation Business Plan for your Business to take Flight

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Aviation facilitates tourism, trade, connectivity, generates economic growth, provides jobs, improves living standards, alleviates poverty, provides a lifeline for remote communities and enables rapid response when disasters occur. Aviation assists in driving the development of the modern world. To enter (or expand) in the aviation sector, that is so robust and beaming, let DTC develop your Aviation business plan to get started.

Aviation is an industry that deals with various types of aircraft (airplanes, helicopters, etc). The impact of the Aviation industry in South Africa’s economy cannot be over-emphasised. South Africa has been able to implement international and our National Aviation Safety Plans, with our airports achieving impressive compliant safety records. The aviation industry refers to the designing, development, production, operation, and use of aircraft. It encompasses all the activities related to the aircraft. There are numerous sub-fields in the aviation industry.

The Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) have made major strides to improve our airspace management safely scenarios. Infrastructure investments to assist the programme include the continued renewal of terrestrial aeronautical navigation systems and continued maintenance of radar systems


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The aviation industry in South Africa is a growing market. It is one of the fastest-growing industries in the country and it has been growing steadily over the years. President Cyril Ramaphosa had stated in a News24 article that South Africa’s domestic air transport market is one of the most robustly competitive in Africa, with local carriers engaged in fierce competition.To enter into this market or expand, let DTC assist with your developments for success. Many companies are expanding with new business units across more countries in Africa. As a result, air travel and aircraft to suit their needs remain essential. The industry has grown to a point where it is now worth $1.4 billion and employs over 5 000 people.

Airlines in South Africa are mostly privately owned, with only two publicly-owned airlines operating: Air Namibia and South African Airways. The largest airline in South Africa is Air Seychelles, which operates from Johannesburg International Airport.

The aviation industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in South Africa. With the growth, there are a lot of opportunities for people to gain employment in the industry. The benefits of working in aviation are plentiful and include flexible schedules, travel opportunities and good pay.

For more information & assistance with your Aviation business plan – Contact DTC