News from ATTA

News from ATTA consists of a combination of news from the African continent with relevance to African Tourism along with news about ATTA for the benefit of our members.

20 March 2013

Zambia- Kenya Airways- New Livingstone flight

Kenya Airways is to launch new flights to Livingstone, Zambia, it's second destination in the country.Flights start on June 2, 2013 and will operate three times weekly via Harare. The city of Livingstone joins the airline's network of destinations as it works on growing the routes to over 115 by the year 2021, as forecast in the airline's 10 year growth strategy. Kenya Airways already flies to Zambia's capital, Lusaka. The new route mainly targets tourist traffic to Victoria F…

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18 March 2013

Member Webinar: 'Great Plains Conservation: Botswana'

Save the Date! 11th April 2013. Atta invites you to an introduction to the Great Plains ethos, who they are and how they like to do things differently on safari. Find out why Duba Plains and Selinda Reserve are such important wildlife destinations, and why the Great Plains camps and experiences are so unique? Alex Walters will introduce the new, exclusive-use and very affordable Selinda Explorers Camp, the expeditionary Selinda Canoe Trail and the more established properties of Duba Plains Cam…

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15 March 2013

British Airways- more flights to Kenya

British Airways will increase the number of flights on the Nairobi-London route from the current seven to eight per week, with the introduction of a new scheduled flight plan from May 12 th. Annoucing the additional flights Ian Petrie, Regional Commercial Manager for Africa, said "The new service to Nairobi will put an additional 266 seats a week on the London-Nairobi route when it increases its schedule to Kenya from daily to eight flights a week. Kenya is a growing economy and the …

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13 March 2013

Kenya Elections Update

    12th March, 2013,  KENYA GETS NEW PRESIDENT – ELECT Election Tallying The long awaited election tallying process finally came to an end on Saturday the 9th of March, 2013. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) had resorted to manual counting after the electronic system used earlier posed a challenge.  Kenya’s President Elect The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) made the final official announcement of the results …

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