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Africa World Airlines inflight magazine

Africa World Airlines (AWA) has today given Land & Marine the go-ahead to produce its quarterly inflight magazine. The first issue of the new magazine will be published in the first quarter of 2018.
The Ghanaian airline is headquartered in Accra and currently operates flights domestically from the capital to Kumasi, Tamale and Takoradi, in addition to Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria. AWA expects to expand its operations to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Côte d’Ivoire soon.
AWA is a subsidiary of Hainan Airlines – China’s fourth largest and one of only nine carriers worldwide to have a five-star rating from Skytrax.

Cacique delayed

Due to the devastating impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on the economies and infrastructure of Turks & Caicos, Puerto Rico, Antigua & Barbuda and the British Virgin Islands – all interCaribbean Airways destinations, as well as the US Virgin Islands, Dominica and Anguilla (all planned new destinations), the next issue of Cacique magazine has been delayed until 1 February 2018.


interCaribbean Airways expansion

Land & Marine client interCaribbean Airways (ICA) is set for major expansion this coming winter with the launch of flights from Tortola’s Beef Island Airport to: Dominica (Melville Hall), St Lucia (Castries), St Maarten, St Croix and St Thomas.

These flights are in addition to ICA’s existing services from Tortola to San Juan, Santo Domingo and Antigua. At the same time, flights between ICA’s Providenciales hub and Tortola will become non-stop this winter.

Nigerian Ports Authority Handbook

Nigerian media agency Colossal Productions have today appointed Land & Marine to produce a handbook for its client the Nigerian Ports Authority.

The Major Ports controlled by the Nigerian Ports Authority, and to be featured in the publication, are Lagos Port Complex, Tin Can Island Port, Calabar Port, Delta Port, Rivers Port and Onne Port.