Thursday, 2nd February 2023
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Air traffic

11 Jan
Thousands of flights were canceled or delayed in the United States Wednesday following an hours-long nationwide grounding of departures due to an outage of a key computer system used by pilots.
29 Sep
Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs), yesterday, rallied the Federal Government behind the local production of aviation fuel and mitigation of the Foreign Exchange (FX) liquidity crisis to save local aviation
18 Feb 2022
International air traffic demand has gained momentum with more passengers travelling as countries eradicate COVID-19 protocols.
5 Oct 2019
The Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, says the liberalisation of Nigeria’s airspace has led to an annual traffic growth of eight per cent. The minister said the goal of the liberalisation was to make Nigeria the hub of West African sub-region. Sirika said the Federal Government planned to make air travel the preferred mode…
8 Apr 2019
The actual status of air travel, its traffic and the attendant total ticket sales nationwide are yet a subject of controversy among aviation stakeholders...


52 mins ago
As the general elections draw nearer, the Presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has reinforced the move to woo the teeming population of voters within the age range of 35 years and below to his side.
1 hour ago
Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), has assured Nigerians that the attack on its office in Anambra State on Wednesday won’t deter it from conducting the forthcoming general elections.
2 hours ago
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has arrested a woman, Omoseyin Esther, with the Twitter handle Simisola of Lala, offering new naira notes for sale on social media.
2 hours ago
The Ndanekpa descendants, one of the ruling clans in the Adadu community in Toto Local Council of the state, have raised alarm over the alleged distortion of their family history by Asumburuku descendants, the current ruling house in the community.
2 hours ago
The Rivers State Government has withdrawn its earlier approval of the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium given to the Peoples Democratic Party's Presidential Campaign for its mega rally in Port Harcourt scheduled for Saturday, February 11, 2023.