ASRTI canvasses promotion of tourism destinations
Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative (ASRTI) has called on government at all levels and private sectors to promote tourism and make Nigeria a tourism destination.
Stakeholders seek Fly Nigeria Act to rescue airlines
Stakeholders in the aviation industry have relived the imperative of the Fly Nigeria Act to return the local airlines to profitability and saved them from collapse.
‘Imperatives of cooperation, strong carriers for open sky’
Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative (ASRTI), the think-tank group of the air travel sector in Nigeria, has called on regulators and operators in the industry to close ranks and evolve strong carriers to enable Nigeria benefit in the open sky dispensation.
Stakeholders demand 100 per cent private sector-driven national carrier
Stakeholders in the aviation industry have urged the Federal Government to initiate a new national carrier plan that is 100 per cent private sector-driven and funded.
13th Akwaaba African travel market, fair opens in Lagos
Akwaaba Travel Market, the biggest travel and tourism fair in West Africa, is set to open in Lagos, on Sunday, September, 10, 2017. The fair, being the 13th edition
Akwaaba Travel Market 2017: Foremost aviation expert, Gbenga Olowo joins speakers
An Economist and business administrator with uninterrupted cognate experience in aviation sector, Olowo who is also the president of Aviation Round Table (ART), will be speaking on the topic: “2016: Commercial Aviation Accident Free Year.
ART rallies agencies for ‘ease of doing business’ at airports
Aviation Round Table Initiative (ART) has rallied various agencies in the aviation sector behind the successful implementation of the Executive Order to enhance ease of doing business in and around the country’s airports.
‘Domestic sector lags behind amid passenger traffic growth’
Annual passenger traffic growth in Nigeria notwithstanding, domestic arm of the aviation sector has consistently lagged behind attracting a paltry eight per cent of the weekly total passengers’ seats.
Aviation expert advises domestic airlines to form alliances
Mr Gbenga Olowo, the President, Aviation Round Table (ART) has advised domestic airlines to form alliances to enable them surmount their current challenges.