Why aviation sector remains at infancy 91 years on
Bimpe Adesanya has lived in England all her life. A nurse by profession, but her over three decades in the UK has not offered much in terms of satisfaction.
Arik Air owes IATA $78m – AMCON
The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) on Monday said Arik Air, under its previous management, owed the International Air Transport Association (IATA) $78 million.
Air Peace operations deepen Nigeria, Ghana economic ties
Bilateral economic relations between Nigeria and Ghana recently received a boost with the launch of Lagos-Accra flight operations by Air Peace Airlines.
NAMA reviews aeronautical information procedure
Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has set up a committee to commence the immediate review of the nation’s Aeronautical Information Procedure (AIP).
Ethiopian Airlines graduates 184 aviation professionals
Ethiopian Airlines Aviation Academy (EAA) has graduated 184 aviation professionals to raise capacity and improve services of African airlines.
AMCON denies plan to nationalise Arik Air
Deputy Director, Press and Public Affairs, Aviation Ministry, James Odaudu, also explained that the government only intervened in Arik in order to save the carrier from collapse.
‘Kaduna Airport 92 per cent ready for traffic’
Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has affirmed the readiness of the Kaduna Airport to receive Abuja-bound flights when the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) is closed in March.
AMCON takes over OAS Helicopters
The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) has taken over Odengene Air-Shuttle Services, known more as OAS Helicopters in Lagos following a court order. It was the third aviation firm to be taken over by the bad bank in four months.