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  • Flights

Algeria Air Algerie Air Algérie orders five A330-900s and two A350-1000s

Air Algérie, the national airline of Algeria, has signed a firm order for seven widebody aircraft to support its commercial development.

“This order will allow Air Algérie to take full advantage of the flexibility of the Airbus product  range, strengthen its regional services and offer an ambitious plan for transcontinental&nbs… read more

  • Destinations

Namibia Tourism Board Namibia Tourism Board excited about travellers’ growing interest in destination

More travellers are expressing interest in visiting and exploring Namibia as a tourist destination. This was made clear at the country’s exhibition pavilion at this year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba in Durban, which attracted a lot of visitors and enquiries about the destination. In an interview with VoyagesAfriq, the Head of Marketin… read more

  • Flights

Nigeria Air Nigeria Air's launch will have to wait as its first aircraft returns to Ethiopia

It was one of the Buhari government's key promises for Nigeria's aviation sector. Despite the colossal sums invested since the announcement of its creation in 2018, Nigeria Air did not finally take off at the end of May as promised. The first Boeing 737-800, 11 years old, of the future national flag, was dispatched to its original base in Addis Ababa on Saturday May 27, 2023.

  • Flights

Zambia Proflight Proflight Zambia adds a leased Boeing 737 classic to its fleet

  1. Proflight Zambia aims to align its fleet with the current growth of its regional network. Traditionally focused on short-haul services, the Zambian private carrier is now counting on its first narrow-body aircraft to boost its operations.

  • Miscellaneous

Namibia Swakopmund set for 5th Africa Youth in Tourism Innovation Summit

Namibia’s beautiful coastal city of Swakopmund is all set to host the 5th Africa Youth in Tourism Innovation Summit.

Scheduled to take place from 30th May to June 2, the continent’s leading youth tourism summit has seen delegates arriving in Namibia excited about the prospects and opportunities to share their works and … read more

  • Cruise

Cruise Silver Sea Africa and Arabia to feature prominently on 2026 Silversea World Cruise

Silversea Cruises has unveiled details on its 140-day World Cruise 2026, ‘The Curious and the Sea’— its most diverse and immersive voyage yet, with Africa and Arabia playing a leading role as destinations.

Silver Dawn will depart Fort Lauderdale on January 6th, 2026, cruising to 70 destinations in 37 countries—the most ever o… read more

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