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  • Cruise

Cruise MSC MSC Cruises aims for half of Red Sea cruise passengers to be Saudi Arabian

MSC Cruises is predicting strong domestic interest in its new cruise itineraries sailing in the Red Sea from Jeddah, with up to half of passengers expected to be from the country. Saudi Arabians are a key market sector being targeted by MSC Cruises for its upcoming cruise season out of Jeddah, reports Arab News.

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  • Flights

Uganda Uganda Airlines Uganda Airlines begins Joburg service

Yesterday, Uganda Airlines will launch its much expected flights between Entebbe and Johannesburg.

The route will initially be served four times a week with flights leaving Entebbe every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The return flights from Johannesburg will leave South Africa after a short layover.

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  • Flights

Zimbabwe FlyAfrica Zimbabwe: Fly Africa returns to the skies six years after its disappearance

Fly Africa, launched in 2014, was intended to be a success story of the low-cost model in southern Africa.

But the following year, the company suspended operations amid regulatory failures and shareholder disputes. Bought out in 2017, the low-cost airline tried to take off again in 2018 but failed. Three years later, it is trying again.

  • Flights

UAE Emirates Emirates recalls some furloughed pilots as operations ramp up

Emirates airline said some of its pilots who were furloughed last year due to Covid-19 have returned to work as it ramps up its operations amid signs of a recovery in air travel. “As demand slowly and gradually returns, Emirates has been positioning itself to support the scaling up of operations and we have already recalled… read more

  • Miscellaneous

Malawi What Happened To Air Malawi?

Air Malawi was the national airline of Malawi, in operation from 1964 to 2013. It was state-owned, despite privatization attempts to save it in the 2000s. Attempts to find a partner finally worked, though, and soon after Air Malawi ceased operations, Malawi Airlines started operations with partner Ethiopian Airlines.

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  • Miscellaneous

Zimbabwe Indigenous tourism destinations on the rise

Zimbabwe's tourism and hospitality industry is growing by each day. Despite financial constrains, there has been massive investment in the tourism and hospitality industry, especially by small companies. Many indigenous Zimbabweans have invested heavily in the industry and are beginning to reap the fruits and the facilities dotted around … read more

  • Flights

Nigeria Air Peace Air Peace starts flights to Ilorin

Air Peace has announced the commencement of Ilorin flights from Lagos and Abuja as well an increase in its daily flights to Accra, Ghana

Spokesman of the airline, Stanley Olisa, who disclosed this to journalists, stated that the airline was set to kick off daily Abuja-Ilorin-Abuja and Lagos-Ilorin-Lagos flights on June 17, 20… read more

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