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It was pomp in Lagos on Tuesday as a new scheduled carrier, ValueJet Airline, rolled out operations with some interesting packages to cheer up the troubled local travellers.
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ValueJet, a Fly for Value Aviation Company and Nigeria’s newest domestic airline, is set to begin commercial operations in October 2022. This was announced on Tuesday during the official launch of the Nigerian domestic airline at Providence Hotel, Ikeja, GRA, in Lagos. The airline, which was founded in July 2018, is offering a new and…
14 hours ago
Customers are always right, so says the cliché. But that seems to be changing if the faceoff between United Airlines and a customer, Taylor Alfred Oladotun, reflects a new trend.
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Local airline, Arik Air, is commemorating the eighth anniversary of its frequent flyer programme, Arik Affinity Wings, offering discounted airfares to loyal customers.
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The Ministry of Aviation, yesterday, issued a disclaimer denouncing recruiting agencies and online platforms scheduling interviews for the new national carrier, Nigeria Air.
Barring ‘high-maintenance’ airports and attendant multiple charges in Nigeria and other countries in Africa, airfares would have been a lot cheaper and affordable for travellers.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has identified four main priorities, if air cargo demand in the post-pandemic period must be resilient and stronger.
Financial dire straits facing local airlines were yesterday linked to an over-bloated workforce of the six aviation agencies.
Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has pledged Nigeria’s commitment to the liberalisation agenda of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) to deepen growth of the sector locally and in Africa.
With the rise in aviation fuel, the average fares paid by local air travellers for specified single journey routes increased by 6.96 per cent on a month-on-month basis.
Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs), yesterday, rallied the Federal Government behind the local production of aviation fuel and mitigation of the Foreign Exchange (FX) liquidity crisis to save local aviation
Barely 24 hours after it reeled out shareholders of the new national carrier, the Ministry of Aviation has dramatically delisted the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA)
Despite efforts at enforcing the open sky agreement among African countries, at least 66 per cent of routes in the region are still lacking in air connectivity.