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  • 03/07/13--00:12: More people flying in Africa
  • More people flying in AfricaIntra-Africa passenger numbers increased by 9.4% year-on-year (y/y) in January the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday (6 March).
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    IMF forecasts "solid growth" for AfricaEconomies in sub-Saharan Africa will ride out the bumpy global recovery in the next few years to post growth rates not seen outside Asia, the IMF said in its latest economic forecasts Tuesday (16 April).
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    Africa must implement open skies policyImproving safety‚ cutting fuel taxes and liberalising regulation to allow for greater connectivity between African countries are some of the key issues that must be tackled to boost aviation on the continent‚ International Air Transport Association's chief executive Tony Tyler said on Tuesday, (4 June)
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    Tourism growth outlook looks strongAuditing firm PwC on Thursday (13 June) projected total room revenue in SA would grow at a compound annual rate of 9.2% between now and 2017 after overall spending on rooms in all categories rose by 13.4% in 2012 to R15.2bn‚ reflecting an increase in stay-unit nights and a 5.3% rise in the average room rate.
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    Asia's Ebola fears cause tour cancellationsThe Minister of Communications, Faith Muthambi, says South Africa's tourism sector is not under threat from the Ebola Virus Disease even though a number of Asian visitors have cancelled planned trips to this country.
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    Africa's largest church a must visitIt is true that Africa is full of beautiful landmarks and remarkable destinations, leaving travellers spoiled for choice. One of the choices is Africa's largest Catholic church found in Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast. Referred to as The Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, this church is put under the spotlight which is a position it is quite used to, as it is not only a tourist attraction but also one for the religious travelers.
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    ©kasto via 123RF
    ©kasto via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>Africa is one of the world's fastest-growing tourist destinations, second only to Southeast Asia and employing some 20 million people. Visitor numbers in 2014 went up by 4%, not far behind the 6% recorded by Southeast Asia.
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    Bahrain extends eVisas to African countriesMarking the third phase of Bahrain's new visa policy, it has introduced eVisas to visitors from eleven African countries which allows nationals from Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Cameroon, Gabon, Senegal, Mauritius and Seychelles to obtain their visas online ahead of travel, via the government's eVisa website.
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    ©fabio formaggio via 123RF
    ©fabio formaggio via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>As smartphone penetration across the continent increases, African travellers are increasingly looking for agents offering online and mobile services. This according to an independent research study commissioned by Amadeus and run by strategy consultancy, Inquisition.
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  • 06/24/16--05:46: Top 10 apps for travellers
  • Top 10 apps for travellers
    ©Michael Simons via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>The railway made traveling long distances quicker than horse-and-cart, the internal-combustion engine added to that, and inflatable tyres made road travel easier on the bones and buttocks. Air travel was changed forever by the jet engine and the Boeing 747. Technology has changed travel in more ways than we can think of.
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  • 06/28/16--06:10: Six lessons in storytelling
  • Nicole Biondi
    Nicole Biondi</span>Storytelling as an art form is ancient, part of what makes us human. As the world shifts to all things digital, our storytelling has adapted, but remains an effective tool for marketing and building brands. For tourism professionals, storytelling can be incorporated all the time as a means of reaching visitors and potential visitors. Here are some pointers for creating productive narratives:
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    NEXTT: Delivering on the future of air travel
    ©anyaberkut via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>With the projected doubling of air travel demand by 2036, on-ground concepts will increasingly be required to optimise the use of emerging technologies, processes and design developments. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) in collaboration with Airports Council International (ACI) have launched the New Experience in Travel and Technologies (NEXTT) initiative which aims to help deliver this future by developing a common vision to enhance the on-ground transport experience, guide industry investments and help governments improve the regulatory framework.
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    Emirates boost Algiers service with extra flight, becomes dailyEmirates Airlines will be adding an extra flight to its service between Dubai and Algiers as of 13 December 2017, complementing Emirates' current six flights a week and making it a daily service. The additional flight will further boost inbound and outbound passenger traffic and cargo flow between Algeria and Dubai, and Emirates' worldwide network.
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    Market in Kenya (Image Supplied)
    Market in Kenya (Image Supplied)</span>To ensure sustained tourism and overall economic growth, African cities need to find efficient ways to develop into smart cities capable of attracting visitors, offering unique experiences and overcoming growing infrastructure demands.
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    CNN's Go There Media Fund to aid distressed destinations in boosting travel and tourism
    ©paulbr75 - Ocean Debris, Hurricane Irma via [[www.pixabay.com Pixabay]].</span>CNN International Commercial's (CNNIC) launch of its 'Go There Media Fund' provides travel and tourism expertise to distressed destinations and countries recovering from natural disasters.
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    Three animal tourist attractions you should never doAs travellers on a quest for new experiences, we are constantly attracted to the unique and adventurous. We crave for a different experience, look to pushing boundaries and find the need to live our lives to the fullest, and why shouldn't we? However, our travels should be responsible, and our actions should always be ethical.
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    Welcoming the world: Rwanda to start issuing visas on arrival for all countries
    ©Vadim Nefedov via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]] - Kigali, Rwanda</span>Global citizens, prepare to pack your bags to visit Rwanda. The country has announced that effective from 1 January 2018, nationals of all countries will get a visa upon arrival without prior application, as part of the establishment of a new visa regime.
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    bilaleldaou via
    bilaleldaou via [[https://pixabay.com/en/virgin-airline-sky-flight-air-2721333/ pixabay]]</span>The International Air Transport Association's (IATA) global passenger traffic results for October showed the month's performance was a strong bounce-back after the hurricane-related disruptions in September, with domestic and international travel growth largely in balance.
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    #MeTourism: The hidden costs of selfie tourism
    ©Olena Kachmar via [[www.123RF.com 123RF]]</span>Technology has changed the way we travel. Smartphones, travellers' comments and photos, search engines and algorithms can all inspire and empower us to plan complex journeys all over the globe within minutes.
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    Gavin Tollman, CEO, Trafalgar
    Gavin Tollman, CEO, Trafalgar</span>Being ahead of the curve is something I love to challenge myself and my team on, hence we also take pride in it being synonymous with the Trafalgar brand. Here are my seven trends for 2018. Why seven? Simple: it is the world's favourite number. There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven seas and seven continents. And, there is no value in increasing the number purely for numbers' sake. Let's take-off...
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