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World Travel Awards Africa and Indian Ocean Aviation Nominees

The World Travel Awards are right around the corner and we are excited to be attending this prestigious event. This year’s ceremony will be hosted on the majestic island of Mauritius on the 1st June. Here’s a quick look at the aviation nominees according to their categories.

Africa’s Leading Airline: Business Class
  • EgyptAir
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • South African Airways
Africa’s Leading Airline: Economy Class
  • Air Namibia
  • EgyptAir
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • LAM Mozambique Airlines
  • Mango
  • Precision Air
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • RwandAir
  • South African Airways
  • Tunisair
Africa’s Leading Airline 2019
  • EgyptAir
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • RwandAir
  • South African Airways
  • Tunisair
Africa’s Leading Airport
  • Cairo International Airport
  • Cape Town International Airport
  • Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
  • Kenya Julius Nyerere International Airport
  • Tanzania Kigali International Airport
  • King Shaka International Airport
  • Mohammed V International Airport
  • O.R. Tambo International Airport
Africa’s Leading In-Flight Magazine
  • AirHorus (EgyptAir)
  • ÍNDICO Inflight Magazine (LAM – Mozambique Airlines)
  • khuluma (Kulula)
  • La Gazelle (Tunisair)
  • Msafiri (Kenya Airways)
  • RAM Magazine (Royal Air Maroc)
  • Sawubona (South African Airways)
  • Selamta Magazine (Ethiopian Airlines)
Africa’s Leading Low-Cost Airline
  • Air Arabia
  • Fastjet
  • Fly540
  • Jambojet
  • Kulula
  • Mango

 

Miriro Matema
the authorMiriro Matema
Born in Zimbabwe and living in South Africa, Miriro is a seasoned publishing editor and writer, having worked with leading brands in investment, business leadership and entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa’s development, Miriro is also a dynamic marketing consultant with 10 years experience working with startups and large multinational corporations. With a heart for travel, Miriro spends her time discovering the nooks of crannies of Africa’s hidden gems, taking the roads less travelled, meeting the beautiful people that call Africa home while exploring their food and culture. Miriro is currently a writer with Byolife Travel and Gallivant Africa

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