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Remember the days when African safaris were a luxury that was reserved for rich, retired couples making the most of their golden years? That picture has fundamentally changed.
Today luxury travelers to Africa are young (in their late 20s, 30s and 40s), savvy, and craving connection with others, with nature and with themselves. That … read more
Air Peace has recorded the fastest growth by fleet when compared to its African rivals in the continent’s aviation market, Prime Business Africa’s finding has shown.
In Africa’s aviation market, there are several African heavyweight air transports; such as Air Peace, Ethiopian Airlines, Egyptair, Royal Air Maroc and Air Algérie comp… read more
Recent media reports about aggressive tourism and
overcrowding in the Kenyan Masai Mara has put the spotlight on a much
larger problem in sub-Saharan Africa. With travelers worldwide looking
for authentic and untouched experiences, could Africa become a victim of
its own success? Could it be destroying the pristine wilderness it is
sel… read more
Zimbabwe successfully exhibited for the first time at the recently
concluded Malaysian Association Of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair
in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The fair ran for two days from 17 to 19 this
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA), Executive Director for
International Marketing, Mr. Jeffreys Manjen… read more
West Africa’s biggest carrier, Air Peace has attained another milestone, as it begins its first direct flight from Nigeria to the State of Israel on April 20, 2023. This is a great feat for the airline and a huge relief to Nigerians and Israelis who have to travel for 27 hours from Nigeria to Israel via other nations but direct fli… read more
Silversea Cruises and Meyer Werft have celebrated the keel laying of the second Nova-class ship, Silver Ray, on March 23rd, 2023. The keel laying marks the start of a ship’s assembly and comes after the steel cutting, which marked the start of construction.
The ship’s pre-built blocks will now be assembled in dry-dock and welded tog… read more
The project to rebuild regional airfields is one of the strategic axes of the national policy for the development of the transport sector, initiated by the transitional government in office in Guinea. In 12 months, the authorities urgently want to modernise 5 platforms.
Abu Dhabi-based carrier teams up with six African, Asian and European airlines to offer guests more destinations and greater choice New and enhanced connectivity facilitated by Etihad’s switch to the Amadeus Altéa Passenger Service System
Etihad Airways has launched reciprocal interline partnerships with three new airline partners –… read more
Angola welcomes an average of 3.5 million air passengers per year, of which around 70% are handled by the Luanda hub (Quatro de Fevereiro) alone. Backed by its geographical position, the Portuguese-speaking country wants to multiply its gateways and attract more international passengers.
At the peak of its operations, Camair-Co served almost all Central African capitals and four routes in West Africa. In 2019, it was forced to refocus on the domestic market as it faced operational and managerial challenges. With the situation under control, the Cameroonian national flag is gradually rebuilding its regional network.