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Radisson Hotel Group, one of the fastest-growing hotel companies in
Africa, plans to strengthen its robust African presence in 2023 further
with the opening of eight new hotel already confirmed to date. The Group
aims to reach 150 hotels within the next five years across the
continent, reinforcing Africa as a key growth market.… read more
Air France has tabled various changes to its intercontinental operations for the summer of 2023, which will come into effect from 26 March. Several African routes are affected by these changes
One of the globe’s leading tourism market place, Internationale Tourismus-Börse (ITB Berlin) will be making a return to live (person-to-person) event since 2019 when it last held the event in the marquee Messe Berlin Arena.
Scheduled to take place from March 7-9, 2023 in Messe Berlin in the Charlottenburg province, this year’s event has Ge… read more
Around 90 per cent of the available stand area is occupied – The multi-purpose hall hub27, which is fully booked, is the destination hot spot – Debut for the German marketplace – Cultural tourism organisers are represented in the Culture Lounge – High participation in the Travel Technology, Mobility and Cruise segments
A fitting live comeb… read more
The Gambia is looking to non-traditional source markets as it works to revive its tourism industry. While still prioritizing its main markets, the West African nation has identified Italian and Spanish-speaking markets as potential areas for growth.
Following a successful showing at the FITUR Tourism Fair in Madrid, Spain, Th… read more
Ibom Air, which launched its maiden flight in June 2019, is rated as one of the most successful airlines in Nigeria. Ibom Air, a commercial airline owned by the Akwa Ibom State Government, is set to begin regional flights to seven African countries in April.
The group Manager, Marketing and Communication for Ibom Air, … read more
Norwegian Cruise Line has reported stronger than expected demand for its first cruise season out of South Africa, with more South African passengers than ever before in its history.
This prompted the cruise line to announce a second cruise season out of Cape Town for the coming 2023/24 cruise season as well, which is now also… read more
Norwegian Cruise Line has confirmed that it will be returning to South Africa for the 2023/24 cruise season, but with Norwegian Dawn set to replace Norwegian Jade, which homeported in Cape Town for 2022/23.
Norwegian Dawn will also stay longer in the South African market as a result of higher then expected demand, with the sh… read more
Over 24 African countries participated in the just-ended Fitur
International Tourism Fair in Madrid. The fair gave a… read more
A total of twenty-three (23) countries from Africa participated in this year’s FITUR in Madrid, Spain.
Participation from these countries will include state tourism
ministries, boards, private sector businesses, organisations and
individual travel and tourism stakeholders.
Fitur is a global benchmark event in the tourism sect… read more