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Alexandre de Juniac

12 Nov 2020
Air cargo demand and movement have recorded a surge in the African region, though global demand still remains weak on account of the COVID-19 aviation disruptions.
6 Nov 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that passenger demand in September remained highly depressed across regions, including Africa.
5 Oct 2020
One month after international flights resumed in Nigeria, allegations of fraud and test certificate racketeering trail foreign air travels.
2 Oct 2020
About a month after international flight operations resumed in Nigeria and other countries, air traffic is not showing signs of recovery, suggesting global traveller apathy and adverse impact of border restrictions.
13 Sep 2020
The argument was the most logical. The airports, both local and international, were in deplorable states, a condition that has earned them places among some of the worst aerodromes in the world.
7 Sep 2020
A 30 percent passenger traffic was recorded weekend in Nigeria’s international travel as commercial flight services resume after five months of lockdown.
4 Sep 2020
World airlines have urged governments to work together to urgently find ways to re-establish global connectivity by re-opening borders, and to continue with relief measures to sustain airlines during the COVID-19 crisis.
31 Jul 2020
More countries are opening up the international airspace for commercial airlines and tourism to resume. Travellers will however find that some of the conditions are not encouraging for immediate travel or tourism.
31 Jul 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) data on global air freight markets in June, showed improvement, but at a slower pace than some of the traditional leading indicators would suggest.
30 Jul 2020
The continued closure of international airports in Nigeria and other parts of the world has been blamed for the slow recovery of global aviation and passenger traffic.
15 Jul 2020
The Federal Government, Monday, reduced the passenger facilitation time for local air travellers from three hours to 90 minutes.The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, said the reduction was in the aftermath of local operations since commercial flight services resumed last Wednesday.
13 Jul 2020
Fear of possible increase in local air fares and operators’ resistance to onboard physical distancing have compelled the Federal Government to reconsider an earlier directive that airlines should operate at between 50 and 70 per cent capacity.

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