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Against its will, and because of the Russian-Ukrainian war, Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has suspended its flights to Russia in March 2022. After more than a year's absence, the Moroccan national airline has decided to return to the country as the conflict with its neighbour continues.
The performance of the Seychelles tourism sector, the top pillar of the economy, for the first three months of 2023 continues to be positive, said the governor of the Central Bank on Tuesday.
Caroline Abel made the statement in a press conference on the bank's monetary policy decisions for the second quarter of 2023.
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The Namibian Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security (MHAISS) has announced that the Trans-Kalahari/Mamuno border post between Namibia and … read more
Zambia Airways started commercial operations in December 2021. One year later, the joint venture between the Zambian government and Ethiopian Airlines is set to conquer the regional market with the aim of connecting all SADC countries.
Rwanda and Uganda intend to further boost their bilateral relations. At the 11th session of the Joint Standing Committee, the two neighbouring countries reviewed several existing agreements and took a number of decisions, notably in the air transport sector.
South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced that the annual elephant contraception exercise will be taking place in Addo Elephant National Park's Main Camp section on 31 March 2023. For safety reasons SANParks… read more
On 28 September 2021, Kenya Airways (KQ) and South African Airways (SAA) signed a memorandum of cooperation with a view to creating a pan-African airline group in 2023. This deadline is not expected to be met as the two airlines work on their respective turnarounds.
The state-owned flag carrier of Angola, TAAG Angola Airlines, increases the number of flights to Portugal. E… read more
Remember the days when African safaris were a luxury that was reserved for rich, retired couples making the most of their golden years? That picture has fundamentally changed.
Today luxury travelers to Africa are young (in their late 20s, 30s and 40s), savvy, and craving connection with others, with nature and with themselves. That … read more
Air Peace has recorded the fastest growth by fleet when compared to its African rivals in the continent’s aviation market, Prime Business Africa’s finding has shown.
In Africa’s aviation market, there are several African heavyweight air transports; such as Air Peace, Ethiopian Airlines, Egyptair, Royal Air Maroc and Air Algérie comp… read more