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Since mid-2021, Congo Airways has been operating at reduced capacity, with only two active aircraft in its own fleet. The interim management of the Congolese national carrier has since been working to remedy this situation.
As its order for new aircraft with Embraer stalls, it has opted for aircraft leases to continue operations.
The Great Plains Foundation, a conservation and community charity, has introduced a rewilding initiative in Zimbabwe's Zambezi Valley.
Project Rewild Zambezi will see almost 3,000 animals relocated from Zimbabwe's Save Valley Conservancy to Great Plains' 280,000-acre private Sapi Reserve. This initiative will he… read more
St. Helena will rescind its quarantine requirements for visitors on Aug. 8. This decision follows a decision in May that reduced the quarantine requirement from 10 days to seven for those visiting the small volcanic island located about 1,200 miles off Africa's southwest coast.
The government of St. Helena said a communications plan… read more
Stakeholders and Selected Auditors in the Republic of Congo have
undergone a training program in the classification of hotel systems in
the country’s capital Brazzaville.
The program which was the second session held was to help auditors
gain insights and also acquaint themselves with the operations of hotel
classification… read more
Conservation-led travel company AndBeyond has opened the AndBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp in a remote corner of the Serengeti in Tanzania.
The lodge is situated on the banks of a tributary of the Grumeti River in the secluded western part of the Serengeti National Park, an area particularly well known for Great Migration rive… read more
MSC World Europa, the newest and largest cruise ship in the MSC fleet, has completed her sea trials and will now head for final fit out and finishing ahead of her delivery and debut in the Middle East. The giant LNG-powered cruise ship completed her first set of sea trials in the Atlantic Ocean, testing the performance of th… read more
An all-in-all computer-based app named, ‘Daillos’ has been launched
for hospitality and tourism businesses to bring their services closer to
consumers. Developed by PIDASMO Technologies Group, the app is designed
for the tourism and hospitality ecosystem with target to the African
At the unveiling yesterday, Jun… read more
The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) has welcomed the
announcement by Health Minister Dr Joe Phaahla and the government to
suspend some of the control measures put in place to contain the spread
We particularly welcome the decision to suspend the travel
restrictions for entry into South Africa,… read more
The German cruise line TUI has marked the steel cutting for the first of two new LNG ships to be built by Fincantieri in Italy.
The steel cutting ceremony, which marks the official start to construction of a new ship, was attended by Wybcke Meier, CEO of TUI, and Luigi Matarazzo, General Manager Merchant Ship Division of Finc… read more
Flyadeal inaugurated its new service to Khartoum in Sudan on Thursday 23 June. The Saudi low-cost carrier now offers two daily rotations from Jeddah and Riyadh respectively.
The flights are operated on five days of the week, from Wednesday to Sunday. Flyadeal lines up its A320ceo/neo fleet there, configured i… read more