The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) says there will be a temporary closure of the regular drop off zone at the departure frontage of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.
•Pensioners picket headquarters over arrears Following the devastating effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), yesterday, said its low revenue earning has put its operations in difficulty. Managing Director of FAAN, Capt. Rabiu Yadudu, said despite the slow recovery of air transports, FAAN revenue has remained…
Air Peace airline, yesterday, denied having a hand in the arrest of passengers that went on protest against flight delay.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has concluded plans to shut down operations at the Kebbi airport over debt in excess of N33 million.
Signs of cracks in the plan to concession four international airports emerged recently when the Federal Government advertised an extension in the timeline for the submission of bids for their takeover.
We are working on it and I think airport certification is a major issue for us all. We are in discussion with the International Civil Aviation Organisation...
The Nigerian Aviation Worforce Safety (NAWS) 2021 Symposium, is to hold on October 12, 2021. The event will take place at the Banquet Hall
About four months after its sudden shutdown and chaotic facilitation process at international airports, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has activated a new Common Use
All things being equal, the waiting game will soon be over for airfield lighting and night operations for Runway 18L at the busy Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos.
The Federal Government’s move to concession four international airports has finally gained traction though not without fresh controversies.
Following reports of several incidences of aircraft skidding off runways at the Port Harcourt International Airport, experts have raised concerns over the safety of the runway and urged total shut down for proper resurfacing.
High mortality rate of local airlines was, yesterday, attributed to the decrepit infrastructure and inefficient service delivery at Nigerian airports nationwide.