Local airlines, yesterday, reacted to allegations of owing the industry N45.29 billion, describing as untrue, the suspected ploy to defraud regulators and service providers.
Nigerian Ambassador to the Peoples’ Republic of China, His Excellency Baba Ahmad Jidda, has called for the eradication of travel restriction on Nigerians travelling to China, to further deepen economic ties between the two countries.
Allen Onyema is a well-known name in business in Nigeria. He owns one of the best and biggest airline operations in the country.
An alumnus of the University of Ibadan and Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace Airline, Allen Onyema, yesterday, appealed to members of the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to end their protracted strike for the sake of the students.
Local airlines under the aegis of Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), have suspended their threat to shut down flight operations over the outrageous hike in price of Jet – A1 fuel.
Colonial rule in Nigeria was conducted through Indirect Rule. It was a system of “native administration” patented in Northern Nigeria, which became the model exported by the British across their colonies.
Channelled towards promoting excellence in travel and tourism sector, Travellers Awards has released the final list of 2021 aviation industry winners. The awards will be presented on March 11, 2022...
Local airlines, yesterday, bemoaned losses in excess of N44.6 billion, incurred due to flight delays and bird strikes in the last 12 months.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has said that the N10 million reward given to Super Falcons during an award ceremony in Lagos, last year by Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, is for all members of the 1999 class, not for a few individuals.
31 Dec 2021
With no structure in place these past four years, Nigeria lags behind other African countries in the race for open skies agenda in air transport, which is estimated to be worth over $1.3 billion in revenue earnings yearly.
15 Dec 2021
Effective this morning, the United Kingdom (UK) will remove Nigeria and 10 other African countries from its travel red list, allowing free entry of flights and travellers with minimal conditions into the UK.
12 Oct 2021
About three months after the implementation of zero Value Added Tax (VAT) on commercial aircraft and spare parts, the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has allegedly restored the collection of 7.5 per cent VAT and sundry charges from operators.