Morocco leads the number of passengers transported to France in 2019 in the Africa zone, with 6.9 million people who flew between France and Morocco.
According to the latest figures from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC), Morocco had the largest passenger volume in Africa with France, of the year 2019, with an increase of 11.2%.
The Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc transported around 1.728.273 passengers in 2019, a decrease of 5%.
Overall, 20,54 million passengers traveled on flights between France and Africa, an increase of 5,15%.
In the Maghreb, Algeria recorded 353.233 passengers carried on 37.281 flights, while Tunisia totaled 3,46 million passengers with France in the same year, an increase of 8,8%. Meanwhile, Egypt has 639.096 passengers.
In East Africa, Kenya carried 263.442 passengers and Ethiopia, 212.227 passengers. As for Southern Africa, the most significant passenger flows were recorded on flights to Mauritius (526.087 passengers), South Africa (335.833 passengers) and Madagascar (233.635 passengers).