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As previously announced, Air Senegal will no longer be serving Spain, Italy, Lyon and Marseille in France from mid-January 2024. In a press release published on Tuesday 21 November 2023, the Senegalese national carrier informs that these destinations will henceforth be accessible "by indirect flight via Paris thanks to agreements with Air France currently being finalised".
The CEO, Asky Esayas WoldeMariam Hailu discusses Aviation in West Africa with the Publisher of Atqnews on a flight to Nairobi Kenya.
Asky has been around for 10 years or more. Is Asky a profitable airline?
Yes, Asky was established in the year 2010 and now it is 13 years young and Asky is a profitable airline. It is not only profitab… read more
Rwanda has slowly reformed its visa system to be more open to visitors and businesspeople, aiming to promote international relations, cooperation, and economic growth, particularly through tourism, according to government officials. The latest changes, which include visa waivers for citizens of more than 100 countries over a specif… read more
The first “International Forum on the Financing of Rail Projects in Africa” held from 19 to 20 October 2023 in Diamniadio-Dakar organised by the Senegalese State Railways (CFS) and the International Union of Railways (UIC) and attended by Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal.
The first “International Forum on Financing Rail Pro… read more
Senegal has taken a pioneering step as the first African nation to
sign the International Code for the Protection of Tourists, reinforcing
its commitment to ensuring the safety and rights of travellers in the
At the 25th General Assembly held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Mr. Zurab
Pololikashvili, Secretary Gen… read more
Sabre is a world leader in travel software and technology. Based in Southlake, Texas (USA), the company operates in more than 160 countries, including Senegal.
Based at Cairo International Airport, Air Cairo serves over fifty destinations, mainly in Europe and the Middle East.
After establishing Casablanca ( Morocco) as its first destination in Africa, the Egyptian national airline is gradually expanding its network on the continent. How often will Air Cairo fly to Senegal? What sho… read more
The beach and bush resorts are described as setting new standards in experiential travel. South Africa is set to receive its first all-inclusive Club Med resorts, with a R2-billion local investment in northern KwaZulu-Natal, through a joint venture between Collins Residential and the international hospitality group.
Absa, African Ba… read more
Airlines has resumed its flights to Africa by relaunching the Sao Paulo
– Johannesburg route. Thanks to interline agreements with partner
airlines in Africa, passengers can access 47 destinations, including
Mozambique, Angola, Nigeria, Senegal, and the Ivory Coast, among others.
airline aims to transport a… read more
The author François Nguilla Kooh, head of the cybersecurity division for the Société Nationale de Chemins de Fer de France (SNCF) group, has more than 25 years of experience in the field of research and new information technologies. Doctor in Computer Science, he holds a DEA in Artificial Intelligence, and an Executive MBA in Risk Management, In… read more