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  • Flights

DRC CAA flyCAA prepares for the delivery of its first Airbus A320-200

flyCAA is well aware of the potential of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a vast country of 2.345 million km² still poorly served by road.

To meet the growing demand of this market of almost 90 million inhabitants, the carrier is continuing its plan to expand its fleet.

  • Conservation & Wildlife

Zambia Zambia’s Kasanka NP and world’s largest mammal migration

The Kasanka National Park in Zambia – home to the world’s largest mammal migration – is under immediate threat from agricultural development.

Up to ten million fruit bats migrate to the wetlands in Kasanka for a few months every year. It is a globally significant biological spectacle that draws in tourists and helps to und… read more

  • Conservation & Wildlife

AA Travenews African Parks has been awarded $108 million

Good news for African Parks. The nature conservation organisation has been awarded a $108 million grant for its activities. This is a record amount of funding for nature conservation in Africa. The grant, which will be spread over five years, comes from the Wyss Foundation, an organisation founded by philanthropist Hansjörg Wyss t… read more

  • Destinations

Morocco Flights to and from Morocco to resume from June 15

The Moroccan authorities have decided to resume flights to and from the Kingdom as of Tuesday, June 15, 2021, announced on Sunday the ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, adding that these flights will take place under exceptional authorizations given that Moroccan airspace is still closed.

"Based o… read more

  • Conservation & Wildlife

AA Travenews Wildlife lovers around the world have chosen a New Big 5

The 5 animals in the New Big 5 are the tip of the iceberg in the crisis facing the world’s wildlife. The goal of the New Big 5 project is to raise awareness about the many different species facing problems, from pangolins, orangutans, and rhinos to little-known, under-appreciated species.


Elep… read more

  • Destinations

DRC Democratic-Republic-of-the-Congo Seven things businesspeople should know about the DRC

With a surface area equivalent to that of Western Europe, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the largest country in sub-Saharan Africa. It is rich in many mineral resources such as cobalt and copper. The DRC also has an abundance of hydropower potential thanks to the Congo River, around 80 million hectares of arable land and is hom… read more

  • Destinations

South-Africa South Africa to introduce new e-visas this year

The Department of Home Affairs plans to extend its e-visa programme to a number of countries in 2021 in a potential boost for the tourism industry.

Presenting to parliament last week, the department said that the rollout of the e-visa system by the end of the 2021/22 financial year would be subject to lockdown regulations … read more

  • Destinations

Uganda Tourism & Hospitality in Uganda

Uganda offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from breathtaking landscape and cultural diversity to varied ecosystems. Uganda is off the beaten path. The fauna and flora is outstanding. For adventurers, a safari in Uganda is highly rewarding. Every corner of the country has a lot to offer. In the East, the Mountain Elgon with one… read more

  • Miscellaneous

Democratic-Republic-of-the-Congo Democratic Republic of Congo apples to join East African Community

The DRC is widely considered to be the richest country in the world by its natural resources, tourism standing as a major resource that has remained underdeveloped. The East African Business Council conducted a study and found out that there was a huge benefit in having DRC as the seventh member of EAC. Common tourism products with DRC’s neighbo… read more

  • Flights

DRC CAA DRC: first commercial flights for flyCAA's A330-200

Received last month, flyCAA's A330-200 (msn 505) began its first commercial passenger flights in the domestic market this week. Its entry into service will also boost the cargo activity of the Congolese private carrier.

It was on Tuesday February 23 that the Airbus A330-200 of the Compagnie Africaine d'Aviation (CAA),… read more

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