British Airways temporarily lays off 28,000 staff
Flagship airline British Airways will temporarily lay off 28,000 employees, or 60 percent of its workforce, due to the coronavirus crisis which is paralysing the sector
British Airways apologises, explains why Nigerians were abandoned in Ghana
British Airways, yesterday, apologised to its Nigerian customers that were abandoned in Accra, Ghana, last week, saying the inconvenience was regrettable.
‘How British Airways abandoned over 300 Nigerians in Accra’
Although flight services have since resumed this week, the dust raised by last week’s disruptions is yet to settle. Just yesterday, a score of passengers arrived Lagos from Accra, Ghana, were they had been ferried and allegedly abandoned by British Airways since last week.
Airlines count losses as normal flight services resume
A week-long of flight disruption in both local and international operations nationwide has cost the airlines losses in excess of billions of naira.
UK issues rare 'danger to life' warning over Storm Dennis
Storm Dennis swept across Britain on Sunday with the army drafted in to help deal with heavy flooding and high winds, officials warning it could be "life-threatening"
Study links British Airways to worst carbon emission record
A new carbon emission study has linked British Airways (BA), to worst record in carbon imprints, compared to other airlines examined on some selected routes.
Government as awoof restaurant
Mr. Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister did not feel a sense of shame or of the miniaturisation of his high office when he travelled last week to the Caribbeans on an economy seat of British Airways
Airline reviews excess fuel policy over emission backlash
The practice of filling planes with extra fuel to avoid paying higher prices for refuelling at destination airports is now been reviewed by British Airways against the backlash of carbon emissions.
Airline Group acquires Air Europe for €1 billion
The International Airlines Group (IAG), yesterday, signed an agreement to purchase Spanish carrier, Air Europa, for €1 billion (N401 billion). The deal was announced by the Group, Tuesday, and if the relevant approvals go ahead, this would be the group’s third Spanish airline behind Iberia and Vueling.