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Since 22 June, Ethiopian Airlines has not landed in Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital, due to the anti-Covid-19 health restrictions in the country. Since then, Sao Paulo in Brazil remains its only passenger route in Latin America.
Ethiopian Airlines (ETH) could start flying to Buenos Aires again from 12 December. At least… read more
After two years of absence, Arica’s Leading Airline Ethiopian Airlines will be resuming its Flight to Enugu the Eastern Heartland of Nigeria on October 1, 2021.
The 3 Times a week Flight will be Operated with B787 Dreamliner. Initially the Flight will Operate On Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays of every Week for now.… read more
Upcoming cruises from Cape Town for the 2021/22 cruise season have been cancelled into January in a possible repeat of the cancellation of the entire season last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All roundtrip cruises from Cape Town aboard TUI, AIDA, MSC, Azamara and Norwegian Cruise Line, as well as international departures aboard other… read more
lifted its ban on South African travellers earlier this week, Air
Mauritius has announced that more flights to South Africa are in the
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Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA) have a made a donation to the Volta Home at Ve Deme.
The donation comprised detergents, sanitizers, nose masks, clothing
items and an undisclosed amount of money and it was part of the union’s
familiarization tour of the Volta and Oti Regions.
President of TOUGHA, Mrs. Alisa Osei-… read more
TAAG - Linhas Aéreas de Angola (Angolan airways), presented a new commercial plan for international flights in three phases, effective from September 21 this year, to nine destinations, between Africa, America and Europe.
The new plan, according to the document that ANGOP had access to this Thursday, is part of the gradual re… read more
Costa Cruises and Caffè Vergnano, the oldest coffee roastery in Italy, have partnered up to serve its coffees across the fleet. Costa will serve Caffè Vergnano espressos and its coffee-based delicacies on all its ships, while Costa Smeralda and Costa Toscana will feature Caffè Vergnano 1882-branded outlets.
These will be t… read more
The United Republic of Tanzania has been selected to host the next
session of the United Nations World Tourism 0rganization (UNWTO)
Commission for Africa Meeting.
The East African country received unanimous approval during the 64th
Commission Meeting in Sal Island, Cabo Verde to host the 65th session in
… read more
United will launch three-times per week service from Washington Dulles to Lagos, Nigeria, on Nov. 29. The flight will be the only direct connection between the U.S. capital and sub-Saharan Africa's largest city.
United will operate the service with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner configured with a business cabin, a premium economy ca… read more
Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Nuhu, recently spoke with the media on the safety status of the country’s international airports, especially the Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), as well as other issues in the industry. WOLE OYEBADE was there.
Despite moves to concession the fou… read more