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Routes Africa is the only network planning forum for the African region, and the 8th Routes Africa event will take place in Kampala, Uganda, on July 7-9, 2013 and will be hosted by the Civil Aviation
UGANDA (eTN) - Routes has just published the calendar of regional and global events taking place in 2013 across the word, bringing together the who’s who of the aviation industry.
The success of Routes Africa held in Seychelles in July saw the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture reposition Seychelles even more than it was before.
The growing dynamism by Seychelles and the respect they have now earned in the community of tourism nations has earned them many accolades, and the Routes organization operating from its Manchester he
Kotoka International Airport, Accra, was announced as the winner of the Routes Africa Airport Marketing Awards last night at a tropical-themed Networking Evening held at Cap Lazare in the Seychelles.
VICTORIA, Seychelles - The 7th Routes Africa opened today in the Kempinski Resort Hotel in the Seychelles, with a high-level Strategy Forum that dealt with the key issues in African aviation including
Juergen T. Steinmetz, the head of the eTurboNews (eTN) has arrived in Seychelles for the ICTP (International Council of Tourism Partners) and for the Routes Africa 2012 Conferences.
The 7th Routes Africa event will open with a record attendance this weekend in Victoria, the capital of the stunning Seychelles.
LAM - Linhas Aereas de Mozambique today became the 25th carrier to register for this year’s Routes Africa event when their CEO Ms.
The Routes Africa Strategy Forum is a high-level conference, which is open to all delegates and will be addressing some of the current issues in African aviation.
LAM-Linhas Aereas de Mozambique today became the 25th carrier to register for this year’s Routes Africa event, when their CEO, Ms.
In just over two weeks time, the largest Routes Africa event to date will open in Victoria, the stunning capital of the Seychelles, with a record number of airlines in attendance.
The list of international airlines and the number of ministers from Africa and the Indian Ocean islands flying to Seychelles for the July Routes Africa Meeting is getting longer by the day.
(eTN) – Rising jet fuel prices are increasingly affecting profit margins of African airlines, while some airports lack modern and adequate handling facilities to meet standards to handle passenger a
Routes Africa 2012, which will take place in Seychelles from July 8 to 10, will for the first time witness the attendance of the largest group of airlines with 16 carriers having already registered fo
TANZANIA (eTN) – With the coming of the Routes Africa forum in Seychelles, where airline and aviation professionals will be discussing challenges facing airlines in Africa, Tanzania’s President ha
Routes Africa Secretariat has further updated the press with the growing number of airlines for the July meeting in Seychelles.
TANZANIA (eTN) - Shortly after the Routes Africa forum in Seychelles, Ethiopian Airlines will launch twice-weekly flights to connect eleven African cities to Toronto in Canada through its hub of Addis
Seychelles was one of the stands at the INDABA Tourism Trade Fair in South Africa that was earmarked for a visit by Ms.
It has been confirmed by the RETOSA Secretariat that the Board of SADC’s Tourism Body, RETOSA, will be meeting in Seychelles from July 6-13, 2012.
Mr. Chris Zweigenthal, the Chief Executive of the Airlines Association of Southern Africa, and Mr. Gerard Brown from the Routes organization, met with Mr.
The appeal of a world aviation and tourism conference with a focus on Africa, taking place in Seychelles, is attracting participation at a fast pace.
As expected airlines, airport authorities, and tourism boards are registering fast for the Routes Conference that will be held in the Seychelles this coming July.
Taking the opportunity of the forthcoming INDABA tourism fair in South Africa next week, the Seychelles Tourism Board, together with the island’s travel trade stakeholders, are set to address media
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