Operators and industry experts have warned that massive flight disruption awaits summer travellers this season, with a possible yearlong effect on the sector.
A leading indigenous travel management company, Finchglow Travels, has won British Airways’ (BA) overall best seller award for 2021.
Aviation stakeholders have expressed displeasure over gross underutilisation of aerodrome facilities nationwide despite huge potential that abounds in the air transport sector.
The direct flights from Kigali to Abuja began on the 27th April 2018 on one of the carrier's Boeing 737-800s. In the four years of operating the route, RwandAir has flown more than 47,000 customers to and from Abuja. Nigeria’s Country Manager Muhamud Wayiga said: “Nigeria is a hugely important market for RwandAir so we…
Bankole Bernard is the Chairman of the Airlines and Passengers Joint Committee (APJC) of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Chief Executive Officer of Finchglow Holdings.
Local airlines operators have pushed for severe sanctions against unruly passengers, which may include a ban and fines in extreme cases.
Perennial blackout on the major access road into the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, has raised security concerns for both travellers and residents
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released data for global air cargo markets showing that demand increased in February despite a challenging operating backdrop.
Skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCO) Plc has boosted its fleet of Ground Support Equipment (GSE) with more ultra-modern equipment.
Mr James Odaudu, Special Assistant to Sen. Hadi Sirika, Minister of Aviation, stated in Abuja on Monday that the President of Emirates Airlines, Mr Tim Clark made the offer during a panel discussion at Dubai Expo 2020.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) national carrier, Emirates Airlines, and its Qatari counterpart, Qatar Airways, have rallied behind Nigeria’s new national carrier project for successful take-off next quarter.
Nigerian flag carrier, Air Peace, has received its fourth International Air Transport Association’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification, which signifies that the carrier was successful in the globally recognised and rigorous safety audit.