01-01-16 Last flight of Air Madagascar Tana-Guangzhou

01-01-16 Last flight of Air Madagascar Tana-Guangzhou yesterday - Loss of activities to thousands of people.Many economic interests will be compromised with the disappearance of the air route Antananarivo-Guangzhou. The decision stands for loss of business to thousands of people
A farewell or a simple goodbye? Users of the Tana-Guangzhou flight, the last of which took place yesterday did not fail to ask this question, with a sense of nostalgia already face this early disappearance of an airline that served many people. The single traveler, for family reasons, passing by tourists and small importers of Chinese goods to the Chinese or Malagasy businessmen that have achieved good operations on Chinese industry.
On this point precisely, observers simply call such suspension or cancellation of the flight linking China and Madagascar to uneconomic. And, since the disappearance of this air link will affect many things for private individuals and economic operators. The decision is all the more incomprehensible since the potential passengers between Madagascar and China will inevitably increase, since China is one of the largest trade and economic partners of Madagascar. Proof, Chinese traders will be strongly represented at the upcoming ASIA IO.In any case, more than one considers that the State is the majority shareholder of Air Madagascar and the leaders of the company must make efforts for the flight resumption.
In any case, this flashback is clearly not conformed with the current trend of the other airlines in the region that most of which made China a privileged destination. Air Mauritius, for example, has at least three weekly flights to Chinese cities. Air Seychelles provides for its one flight a week. In all this,Air Madagascar will make poor relation with its huge potential. And the most serious is that other companies operating in the area, will benefit from this withdrawal of Air Madagascar considered by many observers as an airline endangered.In any case, more than one considers that the State is the majority shareholder of Air Madagascar and the leaders of the company must make efforts to resume the flight. Otherwise, rumors about the inclination of some leaders to kill the company could be regarded as founded.