Local airlines are considering temporary suspension of flight operations to and fro the volatile Kaduna International Airport following the terrorists’ siege at the weekend.
Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has said that the current administration has laid the groundwork for the growth of local aviation, with the potential to earn $14.16 billion in revenue and contribute five per cent of the Gross Domestic Product...
•IATA announces methodology for CO2 calculation World airlines have welcomed the increasing momentum towards re-opening of borders and relaxation of travel restrictions, as COVID-19 moves into the endemic phase. The airlines under the aegis of International Air Transport Association (IATA) said there is sufficient evidence to show that testing and quarantine are no longer scientific…
Aviation ground handlers have urged the Federal Government to grant duty waivers, special foreign exchange windows and other incentives to help operators cushion the harsh economic realities.
The Federal Government has concluded plans to announce approved concessionaires for the quadruple of Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kano airports next week.
Nigerian flag carrier, Air Peace airline, has opened a three-weekly flight into Niamey, Niger Republic, to deepen economic integration of the African region.
Global airlines have bemoaned the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war and spike in the price of aviation fuel on airline costs.
Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Plc has sealed ground-handling deals with a couple of foreign airlines, including Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines.
The European Union has urged Nigerian researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs to take advantage of its €100 billion research programme for development of the science, technology and innovation sector in the country.
Aviation stakeholders have urged the Federal Government to review mandatory COVID-19 test requirements to ease the burden of cost and lift artificial barriers to air connectivity.
It was a chaotic scene at airports yesterday, as fuel scarcity bit harder disrupting scheduled flight services for several hours.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released data for global air cargo markets showing slower growth in January 2022.