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Domestic airlines are counting their losses due to the industrial action embarked upon by staff of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company, NAHCO today.
Some foreign and domestic airlines managed by NAHCO lost huge revenue today due the strike by workers over failure by the management to accede to their request for review of salaries.… read more
FiturNext, the FITUR Observatory dedicated to promoting good
tourism practices that value sustainability in alliance with CAF –
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Today we witness particularly hard times for the entire world because no country -- poor and rich -- has been spared of inflation. The argument by experts is that effects of COVD-19 -- let alone other adverse economic conditions that prevailed before the pandemic broke out -- have spared no country and that these effects have smash the US econom… 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
The twice-daily connection between Ukraine and Romania has reopened. Back in August 2022, amid the Russian aggression and invasion in Ukraine, railway workers rebuild twenty kilometers of new track, which was closed for seventeen years. Ukraine waited another four months for Romania to complete their part.
The new network was build between… read more
Ghanaian tour operators have participated in this year’s Vakantiebeurs in Utretcht, Netherlands. Vakantiebeurs made a return after a two-year absence due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The January 12 -15th show attracted thousands of participants from
across the world in various sectors of the tourism and travel industry;
in… read more
Queen Victoria is set to be the second Cunard Line vessel to sail from South Africa during 2024, with a Cape Town to Hamburg voyage on April 12th. Queen Victoria will join her fleet mate Queen Mary 2 in cruising from South Africa, although Queen Mary 2 will depart Cape Town in February, bound for Australia and Hong Kong.
The … read more
When COVID-19 hit, and global lockdowns brought the world to a halt
in early 2020, the travel and tourism industry found itself among the
worst affected. Yet, despite severe restrictions, online travel agencies
(OTAs) continued to bring international guests to European hotels,
supporting jobs and boosting GDP. So, what’s the state of pla… read more
The 2022 Africa Visa Openness Index (AVOI) report shows African
countries making progress in their freedom of travel policies, most of
which had been severely curtailed by the Covid-19 crisis.
The annual publication, prepared by the African Development Bank
Group in collaboration with the African Union Commission, is … read more
The Africa Visa Openness Index, a joint initiative of the African Development Bank and the African Union Commission, has tracked visa regimens in Africa since 2016. SA is ranked 33rd out of 54 African countries, which is no surprise as its online system is far from user-friendly.
Ten months after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced … read more