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This was contained in a memo issued by the Association of Private Transport Company Owners of Nigeria (APTCON), addressed to operators under its aegis.
Travel between Nigerian states has a reputation of disregarding the time of travellers and being generally tardy and uncomfortable. TAPIS is changing the narrative by being right on time and providing the travellers with the most comfortable trip ever with various comforting features.
Augustine Arisa is the District Manager (Lagos) of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC). In this interview with journalists, he spoke about the operations of the district
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi (Ojaja II), has rallied governments at all levels, especially in the South West, to pay keen attention to road infrastructure, culture and tourism development.
•State dismisses viability concerns, hinges economic drive on new aerotropolis 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, in December, and full commercial services, early 2023. The ambitious project, sitting on 5000 hectares…
Ahead of the Salah celebration, the General Manager, Lagos State Traffic Management Agency (LASTMA), Bolaji Oreagba, has called on motorists to apply caution while driving.
Airline operators have called for the scrap of health paperwork, COVID-19 testing and facemask protocols as mandatory requirements for air travel.
Caverton Offshore Support Group has approved a couple of new appointees, among whom is Captain Ibrahim Chafe Bello, as the Managing Director/Accountable Manager of Caverton Helicopters Limited, effective July 1, 2022.
Local carrier, Dana Air, has introduced additional flight services on its Lagos-Abuja route in response to demands. Spokesperson of the airline, Kingsley Ezenwa...
Top stakeholders in the aviation industry will later this month, brainstorm on concerns bordering on sunset airport, towards finding a lasting solution.
The petrol scarcity being experienced in major Nigerian cities is taking a toll on commuters resulting in about 35 to 50 per cent hike in fares by transporters on some routes.
Almost on the eve of the Federal Government’s move to concession airports to private handlers, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and aviation stakeholders came to a roundtable to have a candid discussion...