Air Peace’s new Embraer jets begin local flight operations
After six months of waiting for regulator’s approval, the brand new aircraft acquired by Air Peace airline have begun commercial flight services.
FG to clampdown on Arik, Bi-Courtney as debts hit N37b
The Federal Government has expressed readiness to clampdown on debtors in the aviation sector, with accumulated debt hitting N37 billion. Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika...
Danger as pedestrians abandon airport bridges, prefer crossing highway
When the pedestrian bridges on the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Road were constructed, many were excited and hopeful that, not only would they help in preventing road crashes...
Airports deploy new wildlife control measures over multiple bird strikes
Following perennial bird strikes and losses to airlines’ operations, the airport authority has deployed new sets of wildlife management equipment to aerodromes nationwide.
Deplorable facilities raise safety concerns at international airports
About two years after a similar report on deplorable facilities was released, nothing appears to have changed in the fortunes of both aeronautical and terminal infrastructure at major international airports nationwide.
COVID-19, Rabiu Yadudu and FAAN two years on
In this phenomenal period in the history of Nigeria kicked off by daunting economic challenges and a pandemic that took the nation by storm, reducing forecasts to mere conjectures...
Metamorphosis of FAAN in two years
Sir: When in May 2019, a new helmsman emerged to steer the affairs of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), the average Nigerian was oblivious of the event and the possible beneficial changes that would follow.
Row over N10.5 billion allocation to airports on concession list
Federal Government’s approval of N10.5 billion worth of projects to a couple of airports awaiting concession has raised an eyebrow among stakeholders in the industry.