More European airlines are returning to Tunisia, the Far Out Magazine website reports . Many of Europe’s largest airlines are running commercial flights to Tunisia once again as governments being to relax their travelling advice on visiting the country, the[...]read more
he Tunisian-British Chamber of Commerce (TBCC) and the Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF) signed, on Wednesday, a strategic partnership for the organisation of the 2nd edition of Africa Blue Economy Forum (ABEF) which will take place in Tunis on june 25 and 26,[...]read more
Tunisian Delegation Led by Mr. Slim Kalbous, Minister of Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, visit London
A Tunisian delegation led by HE Mr. Slim Khalbous, Minister of HigherEducation and Scientific Research, participated in the “Education WorldForum 2019″ (EWF), held in London from 20 to 23 January 2019. The delegation included several actors in the Education sector[...]read more
Mr. Samir Majoul, President of UTICA, received on Monday January 21th 2019 H.M.A. Louise De Sousa, Ambassador of the UK to Tunisia, and Mr. Mehdi Ben Abdallah, President of the Tunisian-British Chamber of Commerce in the presence of a delegation[...]read more
Thomas Cook is forecasting a surge in bookings to Tunisia next year as the destination benefits from being a non-euro country.
TTG: The tour operator reintroduced the North African destination earlier this year and expects to see significant growth in Tunisia bookings after deciding to increase weekly flights from 11 this summer to 17 in 2019. Cook said Tunisia was benefiting[...]read more