"Based on the region’s airport statistics, air trade originating in or destined to Africa is estimated at 1,789,000 tonnes in 2011. ...International air trade flows tend to concentrate in a few leading economies among the 57 countries of Africa. The leading international markets include South Africa, Kenya, Egypt, Nigeria, and Ethiopia, which hold 19.3%, 16.4%, 15.7%, 9.2%, and 7.3% shares of Africa’s international air cargo flows, respectively. All of these leading air cargo markets expanded in 2011, with the exception of Egypt, which contracted 8% due to the civil and economic disruption during the Arab Spring."
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