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Liberia Gets New Tourism Organization

A new tourist organization- Pepper Adventure has been established in Liberia. Speaking in an interview with reporters in Monrovia on Wednesday, Pepper Adventure Country Representative in Liberia Mr. Ambrose N. Wiagbe said the organization will provide services as assistance and information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage… read more



  • Flights

Kenya lauded for Travel Management Portal

The African Union has lauded Kenya's move to to adopt the Africa CDC Trusted Travel platform for Managing travels through the Covid -19 Pandemic. This follows the announcement by Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe of the adoption of the platform, making Kenya the first country to take it up.

"The ministry has collaborated with the Afric… read more


  • Flights

Delta had planned a massive Africa xxpansion – what happened?

Over a decade ago, Delta Air Lines planned a massive Africa expansion. The airline planned eight new routes to Africa, of which only a few remain in operation. A combination of factors worked against Delta. Unfortunately, that led to the suspension of several of the routes. Here’s a look back at the expansion and what… read more


  • Flights

Gambia launch is no gamble

New west African regional low-cost airline, FlyWestaf, plans to launch in Banjul, The Gambia, next May, according to co-founder and managing director, Richard Powell.

After several years fine-tuning its plans, the start-up is negotiating with potential investors for $20 million launch capital. Once the fundi… read more


  • Opinion

Can Goldstar Air revive Lone Star Air?

Liberia desperately needs development but is the problematic regional air company, Goldstar Air, run by an obscured and elusive Ghanaian businessman the right vessel to drive development? Beyond the fanfare and public celebrations, the avarice of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), and its gullible and desirous ex-soc… read more


  • Flights
  • Miscellaneous

Africa prepares for second wave of Covid

Africa prepares for second wave of pandemic

This week, health authorities in both South Africa and Egypt, which combined account for over half of all COVID-19 cases recorded on the African continent, have warned of imminent second-wave outbreaks.

Meanwhile, national governments in Sub-Saharan Africa… read more


  • Flights

Air France resumes flights to Monrovia, after a nine years break

The Government of Liberia has hailed the resumption of flights to Monrovia by Air France, an event which marks the end of a long hiatus since the airline halted its operations in the country.

President George Manneh Weah expressed the Liberian Government's appreciation and delight Friday, when Air France Senior Executives for Africa… read more


  • Flights

Liberia's Gold Star Air Conundrum - A Flawed Experiment in Mediocrity

IN 'SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT', Goldstar Air, a start-up company looking to launch an airline on the backs of Liberia, took FrontPageAfrica to task last week for what it says was a "Fake and Misleading Publication" regarding lingering questions which followed the controversial launching at the Roberts International Airport.

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  • Flights

Operating a National Carrier is no joke

President George Manneh Weah is perhaps, still settling down from the euphoria that characterized the official launch of "Liberia Airway", Wings of Liberia at the Roberts International Airport in Margibi County last week Friday, 30 October.

According to the Executive Mansion, the President did not hold his emotions during the occread more


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