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Tunisia reopens borders to tourists after halting spread of corona virus Tunisia reopened its land, sea and air borders for the first time in more than three months on Saturday after it announced it had brought the corona virus outbreak under control. Some operations restarted at Tunis-Carthage airport, with flights to Rome, Geneva and Paris scheduled to depart. The government ended all restrictions on movement and businesses aft...
Governments are lifting the travel restrictions and borders are opening up, making it possible for your customers to travel again. Air France and KLM are gradually and carefully restoring their networks and have adjusted the commercial policy for flight cancellations. Giving you and your customers more time and creating simplicity and flexibility to support you in your daily work.   In case of flight cancellations made by Air France or KLM, customers are now ab...
How to maximize your UK visa and all the countries it can take you to as a Nigerian The process of obtaining a UK visa can be stressful, once you get it, you should take advantage of every bit of the visa. Apart from Schengen visas that can get you into 26 different countries, some other visas give you multiple entry access. Due to British strict visa policies, the process of obtaining a UK visa can really drain your energy but passionate travelers especially know the value of a UK visa. A valid UK visa gets you into England, Wales, Scotland and...
Airports in Dubai will welcome tourists from July 7, 2020, it was announced on Sunday. The tourists will be required to present a recent Covid-19 negative certificate or undergo testing at the airport. The Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management added that the emirate's airports would start receiving residents stranded abroad from tomorrow (June 22). It also said that citizens and residents will be permitted to travel overseas from June 23. This came as the c...
CURRENT SITUATION OVERVIEW Thanks to the city’s inherent strengths, the collaborative spirit of its government and private sectors. Dubai has demonstrated an effective strategy to combat the global pandemic, with safety for all at its complete core. As of 29 May, the UAE had conducted over 2 million tests and is ranked in the Top 10 globally for COVID-19 testing Safety and security measures adopted by the city’s authorities to safeguard residents and visitors are among the most stringent and sophisticated taken worldwide.  
Before You FlyWe’ll restart our Chauffeur-drive services from July 1st to and from the airport in Dubai and in the current destinations. Your driver will be wearing a mask and gloves, and you will need to wear a mask when you enter the vehicle. You may also need to wear gloves depending on the regulations in your destination. We can offer these if you don’t have your own, and we also have hand sanitizer. We will ensure you to keep a safe distance between o...
Following instructions from the Federal Government of Nigeria to take further measures to help the global fight against COVID-19 and closure of Lagos and Abuja international Airport to all international flights Please be informed that our Sales and Airport office will be closed to customers from 23rd March to 23rd April 2020RegardsAir Senegal. #covid19news
 COVID-19 UPDATE: SUSPENDED ROUTES AND REDUCED FLIGHTS Considering the spread of the Corona virus and the newly introduced travel policies by some countries, we have suspended and reduced flights to the under-listed cities until further notice.SUSPENDED FLIGHTS: Lagos - Dubai via Sharjah (Effective March 23, 2020) Lagos - Dakar Lagos - Monrovia Lagos - Banjul (Effective March 21, 2020) Lagos - Freetown (Effective March 21,...
Dear esteemed clients, This is to notify you that that the Government of Mauritius has announced the closure of the air and sea borders to all passengers (residents and foreigners) as from 06h00 UTC on 19th Mar’20 until 06h00 UTC on 2nd Apr’20. No passenger will be allowed to enter Mauritius over the said period. Passengers currently in Mauritius will be allowed to depart.
This comes after the Federal Government on Wednesday restricted 13 countries from entering the country.In a statement by the Presidential Task Force on COVID -19 which was set up by President Muhammadu Buhari on March 17, “The Federal Government of Nigeria is restricting entry into the country for travelers from the following thirteen (13) countries; China, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Japan, France, Germany, Norway, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Netherlands an...