Wednesday, 30th November 2022
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Foreign airlines

25 Oct
The Federal Government, yesterday, dared foreign airlines operating in the country to make good their threat to shutdown operations, saying they should remain grateful for doing business in Nigeria.
20 Oct
The Lower Chamber of the National Assembly has appealed to foreign airlines to make affordable airfare layers available to the Nigerian market, as it pledges to find a solution to the stranded fund
16 Sep
About three weeks after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) released a fraction of the foreign airlines' stuck funds in the country, there has been no reprieve in the crisis rocking the international travel segment.
5 Sep
A couple of foreign airlines have started reducing frequencies on Nigerian routes over low patronage, operational difficulties and other constraints.
5 Nov 2021
Foreign airlines operating in and out of Nigeria have taken their protest to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) over difficulties in repatriating accumulated funds, now in excess of $800 million (N328.8 billion).
5 Dec 2019
The Federal Government has approved multiple flight operations for foreign carriers to facilitate movements during the festive peak period.
12 Jul 2019
It is a bad news item that foreign airlines are again raising safety concerns about our airports after a long period of perceived stability in the sensitive industry.
9 Jan 2017
Foreign airlines are considering suspension of their services over government’s decision to close down Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja runway for six weeks due to planned construction work.
21 Aug 2016
Frustrated by the low patronage occasioned by scarcity of foreign exchange and biting economic recession in Nigeria, no fewer than 14 foreign airlines have closed shop to forestall further losses.
6 Jul 2016
Initial excitement that greeted the flexible foreign exchange policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) appears to have vanished among foreign airliners as they are repatriating their ...
17 Jun 2016
The development is not unconnected with fall in passenger demand and inability to repatriate funds in the last one year – both of which are fallouts of an ailing economy.
3 Jun 2016
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), saddled with the responsibility of monitoring blocked funds globally, yesterday put foreign airlines’ funds currently...


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