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  • Flights

Angola TAAG TAAG Angola Airlines réceptionne son cinquième Dash 8-400

In 2019, TAAG Angola Airlines has ordered six Dash 8-400s.  In addition to being part of its fleet modernisation strategy, the entry into service of turboprops is in line with its policy to optimise its domestic and sub-regional network.

TAAG Angola Airlines has taken delivery of a new Dash 8-400. The aircraft, which lef… read more

  • Destinations

Ghana Tourism Authority GTA descends on 3 low standard, defaulting Tourism facilities

The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) on Tuesday closed down three facilities for not meeting the tourism standards and default in the payment of the one per cent tourism levy. The facilities are Hill View Guest Centre, Suma Court Hotel Limited and Tayiba Bar and Grill.

The Head of Corporate Affairs of GTA, Mr Jones Aruna Nelson, l… read more

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Ghana Tourism Authority Kintampo North MP canvasses for Tourism development in his area

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Kintampo North Constituency, Mr Joseph Kwame Kumah, has appealed to the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Arts and the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), to fully harness the various tourism potentials in the area.

He had earlier solicited support from the private sector, both local and abroad, developer… read more

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UAE Emirates 5 Cities: Emirates begins rebuilding its African network

After pausing flights in December, Dubai-based Emirates has resumed flights from five African countries, including Ghana, Guinea, Angola, Ivory Coast, and Uganda. The airline had suspended flights late last year owing to omicron concerns.

Emirates partially reboots its African network

In a travel advisory posted … read more

  • Miscellaneous

Ghana Ghana Airports Company Ltd Kia - International Airlines Optimistic of Rebound in Operations

Despite the severe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, international airlines operating at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) are optimistic of a rebound in their operations by the second quarter of 2022.

The aviation industry suffered from the pandemic with many countries introducing travel restrictions as part of preventive measu… read more

  • Miscellaneous

AA Travenews MeetingsAfrica heralds return of Live Business Events in Africa

The big announcement by South African Tourism in the middle of November 2021 on the return of the continent’s big two events after a year and a half hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic was received with excitement by the travel and tourism trade in the Africa region and beyond.

As we have come to know and experienced the devastation of … read more

  • Destinations

Ghana Resource Parks and Gardens to prosecute mandate

The Department of Parks and Gardens yesterday received some pieces of equipment from its sector ministry, the Ministry for Local Government, Decentralization and Rural Development (MLGDRD), to augment the existing equipment to facilitate its revitalisation.

The equipment included computers, mowing machines, drive mowers, chainsaw ma… read more

  • Flights

Portugal TAP Only 2% of TAP’s long haul flights don’t use an Airbus Neo

TAP Air Portugal’s long-haul network spans 26 routes from Lisbon and Porto in January, and virtually every flight is now by an Airbus neo. However, TAP has one active passenger A330-200, and JFK will welcome it – although it has also substituted the A330neo to Luanda.

This month TAP Air Portugal serves some 23 destinations ov… read more

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UAE Emirates EK stops accepting travelers from 8 more African Nations

Emirates has added eight more African countries to its travel ban list. The UAE-based carrier will no longer accept travelers originating from Angola, Guinea, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and Ethiopia. Outbound passenger flights to the aforementioned destinations will not be affected.

The flight ban will come… read more

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