Travel news Angola
Please remember to register on this website, so we can send you your dose of travel news customized as per your requirements.
Namibia has granted approval for the final feasibility study of the Grootfontein-Rundu-Katima Mulilo extension of the Trans-Zambezi Railway.
Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, has revealed that the government is now actively exploring funding options for this ambitious project. The envisioned railway will establish crucial conn… read more
Airlines has resumed its flights to Africa by relaunching the Sao Paulo
– Johannesburg route. Thanks to interline agreements with partner
airlines in Africa, passengers can access 47 destinations, including
Mozambique, Angola, Nigeria, Senegal, and the Ivory Coast, among others.
airline aims to transport a… read more
A new $3.8 billion airport being built in Angola’s capital
Luanda will seek to position the southern African nation as a regional
aviation hub once the facility opens before the end of the year.
Speaking to Aviation Week, Coordinator of the Operational Office of
the New Luanda International Airport José Paulo Nobrega says the proje… read more
In recent months, Fly Angola has faced a number of difficulties due to the difficult economic climate in Angola. Plagued by financial problems, the Angolan private airline is unable to maintain the continuity of its domestic operations.
The cost of intra-Africa travel has been a subject of much debate in recent years, with tourism professionals suggesting it is holding back the immense potential of Africa as a tourism destination.
As the BBC recently reported, flying from Berlin, the capital of Germany, to Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, might cost you around $150 for a … read more
The Executive Director of the Namibian Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MEFT), Teofilus Nghitila, announced at the launch of the annual tourism statistical report for 2022 that the Government of … read more
The airline had previously rerouted flights from multiple African
destinations to avoid Niger, causing extended flight times. To mitigate
the impact of disrupted airspace and the ongoing political crisis,
Brussels Airlines will halt its triangular flights between Brussels,
Kinshasa, and Luanda until August 26. This means only return flig… read more
Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR), the state-owned enterprise mandated to run the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia, has announced that it has int… read more
The highly anticipated annual Africa Showcase roadshow is set to
return this September, offering an exceptional opportunity for travel
industry professionals to connect with an extensive array of leading
African suppliers. With an impressive lineup of African experiences and
properties, the event promises a dynamic blend of networking,
… read more
TAAG Angola Airlines currently serves Kinshasa three times a week. However, the carrier must adapt to the increase in trade between Angola and the DRC, two neighbouring countries.