Durban Tourism News

Qatar Airways launches new Durban flights

Qatar Airways launches new Durban flights

29 December 2015 Airline News Tourism News

Qatar Airways has launched new services between Doha and Durban, offering passengers the opportunity to experience another idyllic subtropical destination. The four-times-weekly service to Durban further complements the airline’s existing daily flights to Cape Town and double daily flights to Johannesburg, and is an expansion of the airline’s operations in South Africa.

WTTC praises African tourism potential ahead of World Route Development Forum

WTTC praises African tourism potential ahead of World Route Development Forum

Africa is set to develop the world’s fastest growing tourism market over the next ten years, alongside Asia-Pacific, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. This will be the key message of WTTC president David Scowsill when he delivers his keynote speech to aviation and travel industry leaders at the World Route Development Forum taking place at the Durban International Conference Centre.

INDABA 2012: Three Cities plan formalised

INDABA 2012: Three Cities plan formalised

The cities of Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg have formally joined forces to simultaneously address the substantive global shift toward urban tourism and the pressures being felt by their respective visitor industries.The three year Memorandum of Understanding between the cities – signed today at INDABA 2012 - will result in joint marketing and development programs,  aimed at establishing the urban dimension of South Africa’s visitor brand and generating demand specifically for each city.

Cape Town and Durban launch joint marketing campaign

Cape Town and Durban launch joint marketing campaign

14 April 2012 Tourism News

Cape Town Tourism and Durban Tourism have finalised a marketing project with National Geographic as part of an agreement to partner marketing of the two cities. Cape Town and Durban are South Africa’s leisure tourism hubs and the National Geographic campaign is the first of a collaborative series of international activities set to promote South Africa’s urban tourism offering.