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8 Oct
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported that air travellers are increasingly frustrated with the COVID-19 travel restrictions.
6 Oct
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, bemoaned the slow pace of vaccination and travel restrictions in Nigeria and other African countries
3 Oct
The Minister of Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, has cautioned aviation unions against issuing threats of strikes over Conditions of Service (CoS), a statement he issued in Lagos, on Saturday, said.
17 Sep
Varying travel protocols that were put in place by some countries have thrown international travellers into confusion. The safety protocols, as part of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19....
3 Sep
Despite the threats COVID-19 pandemic poses to aviation business, global air cargo has recorded a marginal surge in demand, going by the latest survey for the month of July.
24 Aug
Economic dire strait in which average Nigerians find themselves may have caught up with the wealthiest and nouveau riche, pushing many into bankruptcy.
20 Aug
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has welcomed the decision of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to accept IATA Travel Pass to confirm pre-departure COVID-19 test results for departing and arriving passengers starting from September 30, 2021.
20 Aug
Foreign airlines operating in and out of Nigeria have complained over difficulties in repatriating accumulated funds, now in excess of $143.8 million.
6 Aug
World Air Transport Statistics (WATS) has assessed the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic on airlines, estimating the loss of $126 billion in 2020.
30 Jul
Aviation committees in the lower and upper chambers of the National Assembly, and other stakeholders, have said that new strategies should not be an afterthought...
16 Jul
Foreign airlines have urged governments to follow new guidelines initiated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to encourage safe travels across borders.
9 Jul
I think our industry has gone through one of the toughest times in history. Unfortunately, the aviation sector is the most affected because air transportation makes global events happen.

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