AfBAA and Blacklist.Aero Sign MoU To Fight Fraud in African Business Aviation

AfBAA and Blacklist.Aero partner to tackle fraud in Africa's booming business aviation market.

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The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) and Blacklist.Aero, managers of the Global Aviation Register of Defaulters, announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on March 26, 2024.

AfBAA and Blacklist’s collaboration aims to combat fraud and promote transparency in Africa’s booming business aviation market.

AfBAA and Blacklist.Aero MoU

Under the agreement, both parties acknowledge the issue of fraudsters and persistent defaulters.


AfBAA and Blacklist will develop methods to identify and address fraudulent activities within AfBAA, with potential expansion to other associations.

Moreover, AfBAA and Blacklist intend to leverage their influence to educate aviation market participants about each other’s activities.

AfBAA and Blacklisted.Aero join forces to tackle fraud in African business aviation

They aim to introduce advanced business practices that foster a transparent business environment in the aviation market, thereby contributing to sustainable development.

In a statement, Artem Degtiarov, the founder and CEO of Blacklist expressed hope that this initiative would inspire similar partnerships with MEBAA, EBAA, NBAA, and AsBAA.