Experts canvass right policies to drive tourism development
Given Nigeria’s numerous potential, experts have said the tourism sector can contribute up to 10 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product...
Travel industry, NCAA introduces ID card to tackle illegal agents, fraudsters
The travel industry, in partnership with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), is set to launch a mode of identification for genuine travel agencies and agents in the air travel sub-sector.
Mass sack looms in hospitality sector as operators lament neglect
Many workers in the hotel sector, said to be one of the major employers of labour in Nigeria, may lose their jobs, even as pay cuts may also be applied to keep those likely to survive the looming sack.
Travel agencies brainstorm on tourism potential at March 21 Lagos AGM
Travel agencies in the country are set to brainstorm and map out potential in the tourism sector that can help the economy especially at a time of recession.
NCAA allays fear of imminent air crashes
Challenges facing domestic airlines notwithstanding, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has dismissed fears that airplanes in the country are no longer safe for boarding.
Travel agencies laud forex concession grant to airlines
Travel agencies in the country have hailed the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) decision to grant a concession to foreign airlines on access to foreign exchange.
Travel agencies urge FG to declare state of emergency
President of NANTA, Bankole Bernard, said while other countries are maximising the potentials of aviation to develop their economy, “ours is already retrogressing amidst unfavourable policies and mismanagement.”
NANTA, institute collaborate to train travel agents
President of NANTA, Bankole Bernard, said his team had resolved to ensure a sustainable training and retraining programme for travel agents throughout his tenure.