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  • Flights

Mali Carriers in Mali given 72 hours to use or lose landing slots

Authorities in Mali have given airlines operating in the country just 72 hours to decide if they want to keep their slots. The demand comes following the increase in political tensions in West Africa over the last week.

Regional concerns

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) last week had hit Mali with economi… read more


  • Flights

AA WorldFlight 21 Routes and 8 Airlines: US to Africa’s flights explored

Some 21 routes will operate from the US to Africa between January 3rd and March 26th, the end of the aviation winter season, including non-stop and one-stop services. As we see, Delta has more flights than any of the other seven operators.

The US to Africa the rest of this winter

Of the 21 routes, four are one-stops. Ethiopread more


  • Flights

Cabo Verde TACV Airlines Cabo Verde Airlines to resume commercial operations

The Chairwoman of TACV’s Board of Directors, Sara Pires, announced on Wednesday that Cabo Verde’s national air carrier, TACV will resume flying later this month, with Lisbon (Portugal) the destination of this recovery with a Boeing-757-200 aircraft.

According to a source at the airline, Cabo Verde Airlines is already certi… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Cruise Regent Seven Seas Cruises adds Cape Town to 2023 Christmas line-up

Regent Seven Seas Cruises will sail a Christmas and New Year cruise from Cape Town in 2023, part of a line-up of newly announced 2022 and 2023 festive voyages. Regent Seven Seas is planning to celebrate the holiday season in December 2022 and 2023 with voyages ranging between 14 and 67  nights in destinations including Oceania, Afric… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Hurtigruten Hurtigurten releases more West African itineraries for 2023/24

Hurtigruten Expeditions has added more West African expedition cruises for the 2023/24 season spanning Cape Verde, The Gambia, Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. The cruises aboard Spitsbergen based out of Dakar, Senegal, are the most extensive in Hurtigurten’s history and make it the only cruise line with such a broad range of West Africa… read more


  • Flights

Cabo Verde TACV Airlines Government sees TACV back in the air earlier than expected in December 202

Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde (TACV) has been grounded for almost two years. Since its re-nationalisation in July, the new management team has been working with the government for a quick resumption of operations.

TACV is expected to take off again sooner than expected.
The Cape Verdean Prime Minister revealed this in P… read more


  • Destinations

Cabo Verde Flag Angola and Cape Verde consider strategic partnership in air transport

The Angolan Minister of Transport has just completed a three-day working visit to Cape Verde. Drawing lessons from the health crisis, the two Portuguese-speaking African countries have taken the full measure of the need to pool their expertise in the field of air transport.


  • Miscellaneous

Unwto Tourism’s sustainable future outlined at Barcelona summit

UNWTO joined the Advanced Leadership Foundation and the Incyde Foundation of the Chambers of Commerce of Spain for the opening day of the Future of Tourism World Summit (26-27 October 2021). The Summit represents the first time the sector has been brought together to look ahead held since the start of the pandemic.

Highlig… read more


  • Destinations

Cabo Verde Flag Cabo Verde: Government to invest 50 million Euros in Tourism

The Prime Minister of Cabo Verde Jose Ulisses Correia e Silva has revealed plans by his government to invest 50 million euros in the tourism sector in the next five years.

This is part of the strategies to accelerate the recovery efforts of the country. The premier made this statement at the opening of the Cape Verde Inter… read more


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