Ghana appears to be leading in the race for the aviation hub in the West African region, despite Nigeria’s comparative advantage.Whereas both West African neighbours currently parade the “ease of doing business” initiatives of their governments....
Exclusive offer enhanced on Emirates’ economy class
Nothing endears passengers than an exhilarating experience on board flight. Most airlines have First class, Business class and Economy class sections, and yearn to give passengers treats according to the class of ticket of travel.
Ethiopian Airlines orders 10 A350-900 aircraft
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest airline group in Africa, has placed an order for 10 additional Airbus A350-900 aircraft, enabling further development to its fast expanding long-haul route network.
NCAA urges public to desist from giving bribes, corrupt practices
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has urged members of the public, especially travelers, to desist from the act of giving tips and bribes to officials at the airport.
Etihad wins awards
Etihad Airways has once again been presented with three coveted awards for the World’s Best First Class, Best First Class Onboard Catering, and Best First Class Airline Seat at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards.
Baggage scanners replace manual checks at airports
The Astrophysics Baggage Scanner, manufactured in California, United States, has been test ran at the Lagos airport. It is being used as a pilot phase for other installations at international airports in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano and Kaduna.
JetWest airline makes debut in December
A new airline, JetWest, is set to takeoff in December flying on local routes in the country. Founder of the airline, Dikko Nwachukwu, said the new airline is aimed at making air travel accessible for more people.
Air Peace Airlines threatens to sue FAAN over alleged indebtedness, defamation
The airlines said whereas it had paid N7 million owed FAAN over use of Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu, the airport authority has continued to deny receiving pay and allegedly set some workers against the airlines.
Air Peace loses millions to alleged sabotage at Enugu airport
Air Peace airlines yesterday rued the loss of several millions of naira as a result of the disruption of its Enugu airport operations. In what the airline calls “sabotage”, the operator was obstructed for hours over alleged indebtedness.