Flight Safety Foundation insists on standard procedure amid disruption
Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) has urged aviation agencies to sustain standard practices to keep the airspace safe amid current disruption in air travel.
Nigeria rallies behind ICAO on single air travel market agenda
The Federal Government, yesterday, rallied behind the international civil aviation community on the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) agenda for the continent.
Tackling unholy pacts in air travel business
Aviation’s bilateral or multilateral pact is to enhance global air travel business and create win-win for the parties. But when such an agreement is skewed against a partner and a rip-off, then it is time for a contract review or notice to quit.
Stakeholders chart path to new consumer protection act
The new Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) Act 2019, and implications for the air travel industry, will take the centre stage of discussions when aviation stakeholders meet in Lagos on Tuesday, March 26. The forum, an initiative of Starklegal law firm, aims to create awareness, interactions and resolutions around the provisions of the…
Experts chart path to better air travel industry in 2019
Irked by the under performance of the sector in 2018, stakeholders have charted path to improved aviation industry in the New Year, placing emphasis on the imperatives of business-friendly environment. The experts though called for supportive aviation policies and their implementations, they asked for low level of government's bureaucracies and interference in regulatory functions. Specifically,…
Thinking about aviation infrastructure in Africa
Air travel in Africa can be notoriously difficult relative to most other parts of the world. Tickets are significantly more costly for similar flight times and distances.