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The NCAA said: “We have reviewed the corrective action plans that were developed and implemented to address the non-compliance and non-conformances identified by the audit and found them satisfactory. In view of the above, the authority hereby lifts the suspension of Parts A3 and D43 of the operations specifications issued to Azman Air with… read more
The Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA) has gone on a two-day familiarization tour of selected sites in the Central Region in their ongoing quest to encourage and boost local tourism.
Sites visited included: Fort William, Heroes/Year of Return Garden and Tourist Information Centre at Anomabo, the Slave River and Memorial Garden a… read more
The latest research from ForwardKeys, which has the most up to date and comprehensive fight booking data available, reveals that vaccinations appear to hold the key to reviving international travel.
Two destinations, Greece, and Iceland, which have announced that they will welcome vaccinated visitors this summer have seen inbound fl… read more
At least a total sum of USD 250 million would be raised by private investors to start a new national carrier for Nigeria, Sen. Hadi Sirika, the Minister of Aviation has said.
The minister also said that the Federal Government’s investment in the new national carrier would not exceed 5 per cent.
These were contained in a docume… read more
The Department of Wildlife and National Parks (DWNP) has recognised the importance of diversifying the economy through rearing of wildlife commonly practiced in game ranches. Briefing the media in Gaborone on Tuesday, DWNP director, Dr Kabelo Senyatso, said some Batswana had shown interest in venturing into game ranching.
The… read more
Namibia will host the United Nations World Tourism Organization Regional Conference on Strengthening Brand Africa for the Swift Recovery of the Tourism Sector from the 14 to 16 June in Windhoek.
The United Nations World Tourism Regional Director for Africa, Ms. Elcia Grandcourt, has been present in Namibia this past week unde… read more
IATA urged G20 governments to quickly follow up their endorsement of the guidelines with actions, particularly the five-point agenda to safely restore mobility:
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- Sharing information among industry and governments to inform policies and decisions to ensure safe mobility.
- Agreeing common international approac
Uganda Airlines is planning to start its services between Entebbe and Johannesburg OR Tambo on Monday, May 31.
The airline will operate four frequencies a week, flying out of
Entebbe on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Johannesburg
departures will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The airli… read more
On completion of the island-wide vaccination programme, St Helena has opened its doors once more to overseas visitors.
The second most remote inhabited island in the world, guests will be
able to enjoy beautiful landscapes, outstanding marine life, historic
heritage and the warm and friendly local community spirit typical of t… read more
The Government of Lesotho has eased the Covid-19 restrictions last week. The country is now open for regular travel, including touri… read more