FlyersRights.org, the largest airline passenger organization has submitted its comments criticizing FAA's proposed fixes for the Boeing 737 MAX as inadequate and not supported by data. According to Pa
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Cape Town, 23 September 2020 - In a strategic move to drive business opportunities within the travel and tourism sector, Africa Travel Week (ATW) has partnered with Invest Africa, a leading pan-Africa
The Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) through its Tourism product development and diversification programme has partnered with Agribusiness enterprises to support the development and promotion of Agro- Touri
Work at the Berbera International Airport in Somaliland is almost complete with new infrastructure being put in place to make it one of the most modern aviation facilities in the continent, Dritan Gjo
Uganda has opened its borders for international tourists, a measure many have termed as a very welcome move. On 30th March this year, Uganda stopped all passengers coming into the country by air, land
Following President Yoweri Musevenis speech yesterday, where he announced the opening of the international airport and land borders for tourists coming in and going out provided they tested negative f
Kenya Airways (KQ) the Republic of Kenya's national flag carrier and APG, have announced the signing of a new Passenger Ground Service Agent, (GSA) partnership in Europe. Under the new agreement, APG
Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) has launched a domestic tourism campaign dubbed 'Take On The Pearl'. The 8-week long campaign is aimed at jump-starting the country's tourism, with focus on the domestic mar
The City of Johannesburg is joining in the celebrations of spring with a new tourism campaign that aims to welcome back visitors to the city.
As many cruise lines prepare to lift no-sail orders around the world, the world of cruising looks to be very different.
Namibia's breath-taking landscapes of massive, wind-swept dunes, rugged, rocky mountain scapes, and vast, golden deserts draw visitors from around the world to marvel at its beauty.
Free access to South African National Parks (SANParks) is back and this year visitors will be able to enter any of the parks that fall under the SANParks umbrella at no cost.