Until airports in the country prioritise customer satisfaction and make extra efforts to improve travellers’ experience, potential revenue from non-aeronautical services will continue to elude
Nigerian students under the aegis of the National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS), yesterday, threatened to take their protest over the protracted closure of universities to the airports...
To engender growth, the Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE), has emphasised the need for deeper involvement of engineers in national development plans.
World airlines have recorded a spike in passager traffic demand this summer season, despite chaotic scenes lately seen at major airports.
Global aviation is witnessing one of its worst chaotic scenes in history over staff shortages and infrastructural deficits at major international airports.
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Zone D, on Monday, threatened to shut down major airports if the face-off between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government continued.
In weeks of horror for many Nigerians, precious lives have been lost and some of our valued national assets have been destroyed and vandalised.
It was a chaotic scene at airports yesterday, as fuel scarcity bit harder disrupting scheduled flight services for several hours.
Stakeholders in the built sector have called for strict enforcement of the rules and regulations that will discourage, eliminate illegality and unlawful survey works in the country.
3 Dec 2021
The China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) has delivered four completed major railway projects, with all of them covering a total stretch of about 712km
3 Dec 2021
The Customs and Excise Department, no doubt is significant in implementing government’s export and import policies; and thereby generating revenue for the Federal Government
10 Nov 2021
Perennial sundry charges that are levied at local and international airports nationwide have placed Nigeria among the most expensive aviation countries in Africa.