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Akwaaba African Travel Market 2019, 10 Things To Look Out For

The 15th Akwaaba African Travel Market is about three weeks away, and the excitement is already gathering momentum towards the biggest conglomeration in West Africa of the finest travel and tourism professionals from around the world.

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Scheduled for 22nd – 24th of September at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria, Akwaaba African Travel Market is an annual B2B travel expo organised by ATQNews.com.

Here’s a list of 10 things to look out for at Akwaaba African Travel Market 2019.

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Promo 1SAA, Virgin Atlantic and Emirates have the Best On time Departures as Saudi Air lags behind says Nigerian Civil Aviation

Saudi Air, Egypt Air, and Turkish Airlines led the pack of foreign carriers with the highest number of delayed flights in Nigeria between January and June 2019. The three airlines were among other 30 foreign carriers that operated from Africa, Europe, America, and the Middle East between January and June 2019 into the country. A report obtained from the website …

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Promo 1 Zimbabwe Tourism Authority appoints Mr Givemore Chidzidzi as Acting CEO

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA), has appointed Mr Givemore Chidzidzi as the Acting CEO of the organisation. Chidzidzi takes over from Economist Mrs Rita Likukuma who has been acting as chief executive of the organisation since February 1, 2019. Mr Chidzidzi is a well-educated experienced man, very humble, approachable and has passion in the development of Tourism in Africa. Mr …

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Air Tanzania suspends Flights to Johannesburg due to Violence

Tanzania’s national carrier suspended flights from Dar es Salaam to Johannesburg, citing ongoing violence as a risk to passengers. “You are aware there is ongoing violence in South Africa where the youth have taken laws in their hands,” Tanzania’s Transport Minister Isack Kamwelwe told journalists in Dar es Salaam. “Due to that, we decided not to transport …

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Africa World Airlines to commence operation to WA, as Ghana commissions new airport

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Ooni of Ife to inaugurate maiden Oduduwa Mobile Library

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Rwandan tourism scores big after Arsenal deal, despite criticism

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Pope Francis proceeds in touring Southern Africa

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South Sudan turns to tourism in bid to draw line under past unrest

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Sierra Leone starts Visa on Arrival for Air Travellers especially AU citizens

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