Founded in late 2002, Rwandair (www.rwandair.com) is the flag carrier airline of Rwanda. The airline operates regular scheduled flights to 18 destinations across Africa and the Middle East. Headquartered in Kigali, Rwanda, the airline is 99% owned by the Government of Rwanda. The airline recorded financial losses between 2010 and 2015, with detailed financial reporting not being made available during this period.
When it comes to air travel, Africa is growing very fast and having some of the top tourist destinations in the world means that there will be tourists flocking in throughout the year; and this will keep the airports very busy since not all of the countries are next to the oceans. It is important to note that the growth of air travel in Africa has risen a notch higher than it was decades back.
You could be forgiven for not visiting certain parts of Nigeria, but certainly not Calabar. Beyond the global appeal of its annual Carnival which usually dovetails into the end of the year, this city is famous for its idyllic landscapes, vibrant culture and its soothing calm. For a city which nestles between rivers and creeks with several shades and colors of adventure, Calabar oozes a seductive charm that is difficult to resist.
Its exactly one month to Valentine’s Day! And as excited as we are about sharing love a whole lot more than I’m hoping we all do every day (because love shouldn’t be reserved solely for the 14th of February), we’re slightly wary about the fact that it’s election day. This may or may not mean many will be faced with the choice of either showing love to the lover or to the country, although I don’t see why you can’t do both.
Book a vacation flight with Air Peace today and fly in comfort and style. This Nigerian airline is based in Lagos State, Nigeria and provides passenger and charter flights to major cities in Nigeria, like Abuja, Asaba, Enugu, Kebbi, Lagos, Owerri and Port Harcourt. Founded in 2013, Air Peace airlines has been flying passengers all over Nigeria to airports like Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (ABV), Asaba International Airport (ABB), Akanu Ibiam International Airport (ENU), Kebbi International Airport, Murtala Muhammed International Airport (LOS), Sam Mbakwe Airport (QOW), and Port Harcourt International Airport (PHC).
Choose to fly with Dana Air on your next flight to an exciting city of your choice in the country of Nigeria. Dana Air, “The Smartest Way to Fly,” has been serving the country of Nigeria with domestic flights since its conception in 2008. From its main hub at Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Dana Air airlines offers flights to Uyo at the Akwa Ibom Airport, Abuja at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Port Harcourt at the Port Harcourt International Airport and also offers flights to Owerri. Serving leisure and business travelers alike, flying with Dana Air will surely provide you with a beyond exceptional travel experience.