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Afrijet appoints APG as its GSA in South Africa


APG partners with Afrijet as General Sales Agent in South Africa, aiming to expand Afrijet’s market presence and enhance regional connectivity.

APG, a global leader in airline representation, announce its appointment as the General Sales Agent (GSA) for Afrijet in South Africa. This strategic partnership will bolster Afrijet’s presence in the South African market and support its ambitious expansion plans.

As the GSA, APG will be responsible for all sales and marketing activities in South Africa, ensuring comprehensive and dedicated representation of Afrijet’s services. Afrijet, renowned for its
reliable and customer-centric approach, operates a robust network across Africa, and this new partnership is set to enhance connectivity and travel options for South African passengers.

“We are thrilled to be appointed as the GSA for Afrijet in South Africa. This partnership presents a significant opportunity for us to develop and grow Afrijet’s sales in this market. We are particularly excited about their planned expansion into South Africa and look forward to playing a key role in their success” said Greg Fuller, Director of APG South Africa.

“We are delighted to announce this partnership aimed at developing routes between Southern and Central Africa. J7 counts on APG’s distribution and market expertise to help us achieve our
ambition to reinforce connectivity within the continent. Our FOP application is still under process however sales will start as soon as authorization will be granted.” said Marc Gaffajoli, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Afrijet Business Service.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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