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COVID-19

Travelling for business under Level 3? Your questions answered!

After more than two months of hard lockdown, corporate travellers have been itching to get back to...

The Travel Corporation Unveils Enhanced Protocols for all its Guided Holidays Across the Globe

Trafalgar, Luxury Gold, Insight Vacations, Contiki and Costsaver remain committed to guests' well-being and peace of...

What business travellers can expect in Level 3 lockdown

Business travellers can once again take to the skies when South Africa enters Level 3 of the...

Emirates resumes passenger flights to 9 destinations

Starting 21 May, Emirates plans to operate scheduled flight services from 21 May to nine destinations: London...

Travelling in a post-pandemic world – new instabook challenges us to do better

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the global travel industry to a complete standstill and it is unlikely...

Latest Stories

Nigerian travel agencies struggling to survive

  As international airlines are increasingly withdrawing from Nigeria, travel agencies in the country are feeling the pinch. In the past few months, US-based United Airlines and Spanish Iberia both pulled out of Nigeria....

SA travellers exempt from biometric system

The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has announced that South Africans travelling abroad will now be exempt from the biometric system at the country’s international airports The introduction of the biometric caused widespread...

Improved connections between Los Angeles and Cape Town

Passengers travelling with Emirates from Los Angeles to Cape Town can now look forward to more choice and shorter connection times with the airline’s introduction of a second daily A380 service between...

Uganda introduces online visa application system

Effective July 1, the government of Uganda has introduced an online visa application system. With the introduction of the new system, all travellers wishing to travel to the country will be required to...

Emirates enhances its service to Dakar

Emirates has announced that its service between Dubai and Dakar, currently operated by an Airbus A340-300, will be replaced with a Boeing 777-300ER from 2 September 2016. The change to the larger Boeing...