Aero Africa

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Aero Africa
IATA
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ICAO
RFC
Callsign
AERO AFRICA
Founded 2004
Fleet size 4
Headquarters Manzini, Swaziland

Aero Africa is a charter airline based in Swaziland. The airline is on the List of air carriers banned in the European Union.

David Tokoph owns and operates Aero Africa, as well as Interair, from his base in El Paso. Both airlines, and a third, operate from a maintenance hangar at Polokwane, South Africa to save costs. His airframe maintenance engineer, Douglas Stewart Robinson, is the brother of Anthony Gilbert Robinson, who died in 2001 while smuggling perlemoen out of Polokwane to Harare. The CAA has never reached a conclusion or solved this case.

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The Aero Africa fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of 28 January 2012):[1]

The average age of the Aero Africa fleet is 40.7 years.[2]

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