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Recognised Leader of the Year

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being the Recognised Leader of the Year 2016 in Africa from the BUSINESS WORLDWIDE ORG.

Global Corporate Excellence Awards 2016 London Nov 2016.

CEO of the Year

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being the Aviation Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2016 in Africa from the IAIR , GROUP LE FONTI .

AWARDS 2016 Italy Nov 2016.

CEO of the Year

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being the Aviation Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2016 in Africa from the EUROPEAN-CHASE PUBLISHING.

Global Banking & Finance Awards 2016 London Feb 2016.

CEO of the Year

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being Aviation Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2015 in Africa from the BUSINESS WORLDWIDE ORG.

Corporate Excellence Awards 2016 London Jan 2016.

CEO of the Year

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being Aviation Chief Executive Officer of the Year 2015 in Africa from the IAIR , GROUP LE FONTI .

AWARDS 2015 taking place in Dubai Nov 2016.

Interview with Max O Cisse

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO of African Open Sky, receives the award for being Aviation Business Personality of the Year in Africa. Meeting at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition taking place in Geneva we discuss the creation of African Open Sky as well as its present and future.

The challenge was to “open the African sky”, which meant to facilitate all permit processes and to provide updated information, such as NOTAMs and contact details, at all airports in Africa.

Max O Cisse, owner and CEO, African Open Sky

Over the years, AOS has become the leading aviation services company in Africa with more than 50 offices and representations across the continent

It also aimed to establish pay for the on-ground charges on behalf of the crew, avoiding unnecessary and expensive third party charges by co-ordinating flights using its own staff to offer top-quality services at reasonable prices. Fortunately, it has not been too difficult to solve these problems. AOS is full of dynamic professionals, and has built a strong network of dedicated aviation workers.

Over the years, AOS has become the leading aviation services company in Africa with more than 50 offices and representations across the continent (Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo and many more), plus its regional branch in the United Arab Emirates, which was established to be close to its partners in the Middle East.