Voters at the World Travel Awards have honoured LAM – Mozambique Airlines with a prestigious trophy, with Breaking Travel News here chatting to managing director, João Carlos Pó Jorge, to find out more
Located on the beautiful island of Benguerra in Mozambique, which celebrates 45 years of independence in 2020, and approximately one kilometre away from Azura Benguerra Island, guests at the beach club can enjoy a range of offerings.
fastjet and Mozambique Airlines have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore long-term commercial cooperation. The deal outlines several areas of cooperation between the airlines which are expected to significantly enhance commercial aviation in Mozambique.
Breaking Travel News reporter Alice McKeown explores Maputo, an African city with a Mediterranean twist. During her time in town she visits the Southern Sun, a property offering visitors to the Mozambican capital city the opportunity to experience the perfect blend of warm hospitality, professional service, and some of the very best scenic views along the Indian Ocean seaboard.
Qatar Airways will upgrade to non-stop B787 Dreamliner service three times weekly between Doha and Maputo, Mozambique, effective March 27th, 2016. The airline currently serves the Doha–Maputo route three times a week via South Africa’s largest city Johannesburg. With the start of the new non-stop service to Maputo International Airport, passengers from the UK can now take advantage of a seamless one-stop connection to Mozambique’s capital city via Doha, saving approximately five hours per direction from prior itineraries.
Mozambique truly is a destination with something for everyone, from family holidays to limousine sized indulgences for the privileged few. The best way to enjoy the destination is to play pick and mix with the treasures on offer, combining activity with quiet, wildlife with marine life and ocean with mountainside. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at what is on offer with Rani Resorts across the country.
Azura at Quilalea, Mozambique has opened its doors to a new range of luxury holidays in Africa. The island welcomed its first paying guests after a six month renovation project redeveloping the entire infrastructure, expanding facilities and upgrading the nine luxurious villas.
Breaking Travel News interviews Mozambique Tourism Minister at Arabian Travel Investment Conference 2008, Dubai.