Kenya has called on African tourism marketers to create synergies that can promote intra-Africa travel. Kenya hosts the Africa and Indian Ocean ceremony of the World Travel Awards this evening in Nairobi at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s best airline, has announced the completion of passenger to freighter conversion of one of its three B767 aircraft. Ethiopian partnered with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and launched a B767-300ER freighter conversion line at Ethiopian MRO facilities in Addis Ababa.
Kenya is projecting to receive close to 1.46 million tourists before the end of 2022, as more borders reopen. The sector which was hard hit by adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and has exuded confidence in heading to full recovery as it built on resilience, its powerful destination and growth of domestic tourism. It also plays host to the World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony on the 15 October in Nairobi.
The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) has launched the European phase of a global marketing campaign in the UK, France and Germany. It is also proud to host the Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony of the World Travel Awards on the 15th October in Nairobi.
World Travel Awards (WTA) will host its Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2022 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), Nairobi, Kenya.
RwandAir has won the award for ‘Best Airline Staff in Africa’ at Skytrax’s 2022 World Airline Awards. The Rwandan flag carrier has taken home the prestigious title for a second successive year in recognition of its excellent customer service.
Sometimes the best routes are the ones less traveled. Safari company Natural Selection put this concept to the test recently when they decided to launch a guided cycling safari through Botswana’s most coveted wildlife area: the Okavango Delta
A consortium led by Ethiopian Airlines is the preferred bidder for shares in new Nigerian airline Nigeria Air, the country’s aviation minister said on Friday. The airline was one of President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2015 election campaign promises.
Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group, with over 425 properties across India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, is set to open one branded residential project every six weeks throughout 2023 and 2024, of which approximately 46% will be located in the India, Middle East, Africa & Turkey region.