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24 Sep
*Ethiopian Airlines Emerge Prefer Bidder Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has said that Nigeria Air might kick off in the next six weeks if approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC). He also disclosed that Ethiopian Airlines emerged as the preferred bidder for the airline among 60 airlines that indicated interest to operate it. Sirika,…
8 Sep
Federal Government, yesterday, vowed it would sanction foreign airlines selling tickets to Nigerians in dollars, stressing that the practice violates the country’s laws.
7 Sep
Nigeria on Wednesday said the refusal of airline operators to sell flight tickets in its local Naira currency violates its laws. Nigeria's aviation minister Hadi Sirika said airlines found culpable in such acts will be sanctioned for selling tickets in foreign currency. "Refusing to sell tickets in Naira, and blocking access to cheaper seats, are…
18 Aug
Emirates Airlines has announced a suspension of flight operations in Nigeria from Thursday, September 1 due to rising debts in the country. The decision by the airline comes weeks after it told Nigeria’s aviation minister, Hadi Sirika, that it will reduce the number of flights to Nigeria from Monday, August 15 due to its failure…
29 Jul
Until the Dangote Refinery comes on stream, there may be no respite from aviation fuel crisis rocking both airlines and the industry at large.
28 Jul
The Federal Government, yesterday, approved the lease of three Airbus and Boeing aircraft to commence domestic operations. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika..
27 Jul
The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has admitted that the Federal Government is overwhelmed by the multi-pronged crisis rocking the aviation industry, saying there are no immediate solutions to the problem.
3 Jul
Barring a quick intervention from the Federal Government, air travellers, and the industry could be jolted in the days ahead as the unrepatriated funds for foreign airlines accruing from sales...
1 Jul
Top stakeholders in the aviation industry will later this month, brainstorm on concerns bordering on sunset airport, towards finding a lasting solution.
19 Jun
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), yesterday, warned the Federal Government against handing over 17 of the nation’s airports to cronies in the guise of concession.
15 Jun
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.
10 Jun
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has allocated land for construction of a second runway at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, estimated to cost N92 billion.


The Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mojeed Liasu, while speaking at the ceremony held at the institution’s Great Hall, said the university would not relent in pursuit of greatness.
Two Nigerians, Promise Frank Ejiofor and Paula-Peace James-Okoro, have won the Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue their PhD programmes in October.
The Katsina State Universal Education Board (SUBEB) has expended over $21million on various interventions on basic education in the last three years.
7 mins ago
The Katsina State government, in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has launched the Nigeria Learning Passport (NLP) aimed at enrolling 10,000 learners
10 mins ago
Stakeholders in the education and technology sectors have been called upon to come up with policies that will guarantee the safety of children online