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  • Destinations

AA Travenews Destination West Africa Project set for launch September 24

The initiators of Destination West Africa Project (DWAP), the duo of Goge Africa; Isaac Moses and Nneka Isaac–Moses, have announced plans to present the project to the public on September 24, 2022, at the Lekki Conservation Centre, Lagos.

Aside Goge Africa, the new project, which is powered by a number of organisations an… read more


  • Conservation & Wildlife

Kenya Magical Kenya Five safari destinations to visit in Kenya on a luxury safari

Among the African countries, Kenya is one of the countries with ideal attractions that will definitely make your safari not only enjoyable but also memorable. Located in the Eastern part of Africa, the Republic of Kenya is bordered by countries like Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, and the Indian Ocean. It is among the la… read more



  • Cruise

Cruise Carnival Corp Carnival Luminosa opens for sale

Carnival Cruise Line announced that reservations are open for the inaugural season of its newest ship Carnival Luminosa which will debut from Brisbane, Australia Nov. 6, 2022 before repositioning for seasonal service from Seattle to Alaska next May.

When Carnival Luminosa arrives to Australia in just three short months, it will be t… read more


  • Miscellaneous

Guinea Guinea: Conakry int'l airport equipped with 3 new fire trucks

In February 2020, the Gbessia Airport Management Company (SOGEAG) was awarded the management of the Conakry  airport for 25 years, replacing the Conakry Airport Management Company (SOGEAC). The company, owned by the Guinean state (34%), Aéroports de Paris (33%) and Africa 50 (33%), has promised to invest €120 million in the development and modernisation of the facility.


  • Flights

UAE Emirates Ghana key market for Emirates Airlines

Emirates, a leading international airlines, has announced plans to expand its Africa operations in order to meet the growing air travel needs of travellers in the region.

Currently, the Dubai-based airline, which is a subsidiary of the Emirates Group, owned by the government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai, which fly to 1… read more


  • Flights

Cameroon CamAir Co Camair-Co reactivates a Boeing 737, on the ground for over a year

Camair-Co has been operating with reduced capacity for over a year. The unavailability of its two Boeing 737-700s, for maintenance reasons, had led to the compression of its regional network. One of Camair-Co's two Boeing 737-700s is expected to return to service soon. The aircraft (TJQCA, MSN 34480) arrived in Douala y… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Cruise Swan Hellenic discusses challenges with cruising on West African coast

The boutique cultural expedition cruise line Swan Hellenic has several cruise itineraries planned for Cape Town in South Africa and ports on the east and west coasts of Africa for 2023.

In an interview with Seatrade Cruise News, however, the CEO of the company has revealed some of the challenges associated with operating West… read more


  • Destinations

Morocco Morocco launches e-visa to accelerate tourism recovery

The Kingdom of Morocco has announced the launch of an electronic visa for travellers to the country. The online system will simplify the process of obtaining a Morocco visa for citizens of 49 countries.  The e-visa for Morocco will be available through a simple online application platform managed by the Moroccan Ministr… read more


  • Flights

AA Travenews 54 African airlines banned from EU skies

For several years, half a hundred African airlines - some of which are no longer operational - have been banned from the European Union (EU) sky. Despite multiple updates from the European Commission, the situation does not really seem to have changed.

New update, almost status quo for African airlines. Since 1 June 2022, 54 of them have b… read more


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