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21 Jul
Aviation stakeholders have reacted with boo and cheers at local airlines' request to impose a new fuel tax of between 25 and 40 per cent on air travellers.
19 Jul
After months of speculation on the financial health of the oldest local airline in the country, Aero Contractors yesterday announced a temporary suspension of flight operations, effective from tomorrow.
15 Jul
Emirates and Air Canada have announced the signing of a strategic partnership agreement that will create more options for customers when travelling on the carriers’ networks.
13 Jul
As the summer holidays begin, airlines have recorded a major surge in air traffic demands and attendant recovery from the pandemic decline.
8 Jul
The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has issued a new date for the completion of the new airfield lighting work on Runway 18 Left of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos.
8 Jul
About 17 years wait for a regional agro-export aerodrome in Ogun State is set to be over as the Gateway Agro Cargo International Airport now warms up for flight operations
8 Jul
Nigerian flag carrier, Air Peace airline, has disclosed plans to begin direct flight operations from Lagos to Guangzhou in China and Mumbai
30 Jun
World airlines have called on governments to urgently put in place large-scale incentives to rapidly expand the use of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) as the sector pursues its commitment
17 Jun
Aviation fuel marketers have told the Federal Government to stop meddling in activities relating to Jet-A1, especially the price at which the product is being sold to airlines.
17 Jun
Global air cargo markets have recorded a drop in demand and contraction in the capacity as the effects of Omicron in Asia and the Russia–Ukraine war continue to create
16 Jun
Local airline operators, yesterday, said that a number of them now risk collapse barring availability of affordable aviation fuel to sustain commercial operations.
16 Jun
As part of its financial inclusion programme, First City Monument Bank (FCMB) has provided microloans valued at N40 billion to over 300,000 beneficiaries comprising 200,000 women traders across the country, who have accessed over $51.28 million (N28.7 billion) of the total loan sum.

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5 hours ago
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