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#ATQ unveils nominees for West Africa Travel Awards the Balafon
The prestigious Balafon Award of excellence has been received by several deserving individuals and corporate bodies in the West Africa. Past winners include the Director General of the National Council for Arts & Culture of Nigeria, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe (2019 Tourism Man of the Year), Captain Solomon Quainoo (2019 Aviation Man of the Year), and Stella Fubara of Dubai Tourism (2018 Travel Personality of the Year). Past corporate winners include: Carnival Calabar, Air Peace, Kotoka International Airport, Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel, Accra and many more.
The Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), has assured delegates of at the Attorney General Alliance (AGA-Africa), conference that the country is prepared to build solid bridges of cooperation between her and the diaspora beyond the ‘The Year of Return’ stint which the West African nation experienced.
Chief Executive Officer, GTA, Mr Akwasi Agyeman, gave the assurance while speaking at the AGA – Africa Conference held at the Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel …
As China battle to contain the spread of the coronavirus, even as new cases are beginning to ebb in the country, the Chinese aviation authority has rolled out cash support to Ethiopian airlines and other foreign carriers that operate to the country to encourage them to restore services and stop suspending flights during the coronavirus outbreak.
Most international airlines operating to and from China had cancelled flight operations to the country following …
Seychelles tourism officials are brainstorming and strategizing on possible ways to mitigate the decreasing number of tourist arrival to the country following the outbreak coronavirus, COVID-19.
According to a report by atcnews.org, it said given the fact of sub Saharan Africa not having any cases on record, apart from 1 case of a foreign person in Nigeria, Seychelles may step up promotion of special packages for travelers from Africa, who can reach the islands on the daily basis with Ethiopian Airlines …