Comair Flight Services (CFS) has established itself as a highly reliable and successful business aviation service provider in Africa. The Comair brand has been...
Emirates was once again the biggest winner in the annual Business Traveller Africa Awards, claiming three awards for its performance as an airline flying...
Emirates has announced the return of My Emirates Pass, a seasonal pass that turns an Emirates boarding pass into an exclusive membership package, allowing customers to take advantage of fantastic discounts and benefits in over 500 locations across the UAE.
Green Africa Airways is a new value airline based in Lagos, Nigeria. The new airline has received its Air Transport License from the Nigerian government and is anchored by a group of senior industry leaders led by Tom Horton, former Chairman and CEO of American Airlines, William Shaw, Founder and former CEO of VivaColombia, and Virasb Vahidi, former CCO of American Airlines.
Virgin Atlantic is launching the world’s first no and low (NoLo) alcohol cocktail menu at 35,000 feet. Launched this month, the NoLo menu has been designed in partnership with Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirits, and Regal Rogue, the Australian quaffing vermouth, and is available across economy, premium economy and upper class cabins.
Ethiopian Airlines and Hibret Bank have launched a co-branded debit card. The new debit card entitles Ethiopian ShebaMiles members to five bonus miles for every 100-birr spending made with the co-branded card.
South African Airways will increase its frequency on non-stop flights between Accra’s Kotoka International Airport and Washington, DC-Dulles International Airport to five flights a week starting 1 April.
In a recent partnership, the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa joined up with Waze, the world's largest community-based traffic and navigation app, to alert-guide travellers to all TGCSA-graded establishments in the area, in real-time.
Turkish Airlines is now flying twice a week between the Zambian capital Lusaka and Istanbul, via Dar es Salaam. The new route was launched on 14 December and it makes Lusaka the 306th global and 55th African,destination serviced globally by Turkish Airlines.