Coronavirus sends Africa’s aviation industry into a tailspin

As the world continues to grapple with the rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the travel industry has been one of the sectors that have been heavily hit. Many Africa airlines have cancelled flights to mainland China, Italy, South Korea and other countries where the pandemic has spread very fast. But what kind of effect will this have on the aviation sector? Derek Nseko, MD of iFly Aviation joins CNBC Africa for more.

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