Ongoing constitution amendment to move aviation from exclusive to concurrent legislative list has been received with cautious optimism in the air transport sector.
Egyptian national carrier, EgyptAir, has widened its operations in Nigeria with new partnership and opening of ticketing offices in Lagos and Ibadan.
Six local airlines, yesterday, agreed to shelve rivalry as they entered into a commercial alliance on mutual support in the area of operation.
The Executive Secretary and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC), Emmanuel Jime, has proposed the appointment of a desk officer in shipping companies
A local airline, Green Africa, has rolled out a grand capacity building programme that will train pilots, aircraft engineers and other professionals numbering 1,440 over the next 10 years.
Santos Aviation Limited is set to host the first United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) licensed repair station locally.
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission’s (FCCPC) move to sanction airline operators for alleged price-fixing has elicited row in the sector, with stakeholders demanding statutory ..
World airlines, yesterday, projected full industry recovery in 2024, with the sector ferrying as much as four billion passengers yearly like it did pre-COVID-19.
Despite an appreciable surge in the number of new investors angling to float local airlines, the industry is much more in a precarious zone with operators struggling with depleted fleet capacity and low market penetration.
International air traffic demand has gained momentum with more passengers travelling as countries eradicate COVID-19 protocols.
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has pledged to install Extended Very High Frequency Radio systems nationwide to improve industry safety.
National Assembly’s joint committee on aviation has urged the Federal Government to plough back its mandatory 25 per cent deducted from generated revenue into aerodrome development.