Imperative of aviation law report to legal research
A Law report constitutes a veritable source of the reliable case study and well-articulated judgments on established principles of law and practice on various subjects.
Reopening of Enugu airport uncertain 11 months after closure
Uncertain has continued to trail reopening of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, 11 months after its closure for the repair of its runway and upgrade of facilities
Aviation workers to begin strike June 15
Barring a special intervention from the Federal Government to key agencies, aviation workers are scheduled to begin industrial action in protest
Experts seek review, sustainability measures as airports reopen Friday
Aviation stakeholders have urged the Federal Government to constitute a committee to review the aviation sector and its sustainability in the coronavirus era.
Relocation of aviation agencies to Abuja political, stakeholders allege
The directive to immediately relocate headquarters of all aviation agencies from Lagos to Abuja has been described as “political and not in the best interest of the sector
Onboard physical distancing to spike air fares by 50 per cent
The economic implication of physical distancing onboard and attendant vacant middle seats has been estimated to cost the industry more and therefore not sustainable.
There are law-reporting gaps in aviation and intellectual property, says Tunde-Olowu
Mr. Adedapo Tunde-Olowu is passionate about the development of Nigeria’s legal jurisprudence and is the head of the editorial team which has put together the Aviation Law Report in Nigeria
Emirates predicts 18-month lull in air demand
Gulf aviation giant Emirates said Sunday it would take at least 18 months for travel demand to return to "a semblance of normality", despite reporting bumper pre-pandemic profits.