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130 of the 371 employees put on technical leave by the Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co) on June 22 (for a renewable period of three months), will probably not return to their posts.
According to the business site Invest in Cameroon, the director general of the Cameroonian national company sent staff representatives on… read more
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has launched its National Tourism Policy. The policy document was unveiled by President Félix Antoine
Tshisekedi who chaired the opening of the International Tourism Fair in
the capital, Kinshasa.
“Investment and the promotion of tourism in the DRC” is the theme chosen … read more
what a year for our industry. Remember, just one year ago we were full of hope for 2020. travelnews. africa had just started its webpage and we were under way to built our RSS Feed and the up to 2-times per day newsletter. We have achieved all this, but which type of messages we had to spread?
However, we always … read more
The Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) has suspended operations on the Nairobi commuter train service for 11 days due to a fall in passenger demand during the festive season. The corporation’s managing director Philip Mainga told the Business Daily in an interview yesterday that service on key city routes such as Ruiru,… read more
After intensive negotiations, the European Commission has reached on 24 December an agreement with the United Kingdom on the terms of its future cooperation with the European Union.
The draft Trade and Cooperation Agreement consists of three main pillars:
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- A Free Trade Agreement: a new economic and social par
Over a decade ago, Delta Air Lines planned a massive Africa expansion. The airline planned eight new routes to Africa, of which only a few remain in operation. A combination of factors worked against Delta. Unfortunately, that led to the suspension of several of the routes. Here’s a look back at the expansion and what… read more
Setting the agenda for domestic and regional tourism in East Africa, Christmas and New Year trips in Northern Tanzania and parts of Kenya have been planned with good experience for future development.
Tens of thousands of people from different parts of East Africa, Africa, and rest of the world are celebrating Christmas an… read more
Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) the national flag carrier of Saudi Arabia has been ranked a Five-Star Global Airline by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).
The APEX Official Airline Ratings™ is the first airline rating program based solely on certified passenger feedback. The industry’s m… read more
Managing Director of FAAN, Hamisu Yadudu, said though the cash crunch was not peculiar, it compelled many to be more innovative and cost-effective.
Yadudu, speaking at the Servicom Networking Meeting held in Calabar, Cross Rivers State, said the year tested our mettle in every aspect of life. He noted that the … read more
Kenya has defended its decision of not banning flights from Europe following a new strain of COVID-19. Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said there was no need to ban the flights since countries hit by the new virus were conducting serious screening to those living there.
"We as a country do not see any need to close our … read more