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Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has bemoaned the influx of invaders into the premises of the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) in Lagos.
No fewer than five international carriers have completed plans to relocate Lagos operations into the new terminal at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos,..
The Federal Government, yesterday, refuted claims that international flight tickets had been dollarised, with foreign airlines allegedly rejecting naira as currency of sale.
Gross under-utilisation of commercial airplanes was, yesterday, estimated to cost local carriers as much as N4.3 billion per plane yearly.
Local airlines, yesterday, sought approval to impose a new fuel surcharge of between 25 and 40 per cent on consumers as part of measures to cope with an upswing in the price of aviation fuel...
•State dismisses viability concerns, hinges economic drive on new aerotropolis About 17 years wait for a regional agro-export aerodrome in Ogun State is set to be over as the Gateway Agro Cargo International Airport now warms up for flight operations, in December, and full commercial services, early 2023. The ambitious project, sitting on 5000 hectares…
The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has issued a new date for the completion of the new airfield lighting work on Runway 18 Left of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos.
Almost on the eve of the Federal Government’s move to concession airports to private handlers, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and aviation stakeholders came to a roundtable to have a candid discussion...
Inconsistency in policies of the Federal Government has been blamed for the failure of the free trade zone programme and its potential benefits in the travel and tourism sector.
Overseas maintenance of commercial airplanes operating in the country currently costs Nigeria at least $2.5 billion or N1.52 trillion ($1:N608) in capital flight yearly.
From the starting blocks, let’s explode the myth that civil aviation, in the 21st Century, is the preserve of wealthy elites. It is not! Domestic and international air travel facilitates trade, tourism and bilateral relations..
This is an attempt to create a virtual scorecard about the performance of Nigerian Aviation in full perspectives of the background history, the vision and policies of the present government, the expectations of the flying public and international standards of facilities, safety, security and efficiencies of operation.