Air travel targets 35% traffic as European carriers resume
International air traffic has been projected to increase to about 35 per cent with additional revenue earnings as Federal Government yesterday readmitted European and Middle East carriers.
Aviation bodies seek bailout to save 4.8 million jobs
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) have again appealed for urgent government intervention to prevent an employment catastrophe in the global aviation industry.
Air travel records 88.5 per cent decline in passenger traffic
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that passenger demand in September remained highly depressed across regions, including Africa.
World airlines rally behind testing, financial support to save sector
World airlines have reiterated the urgent need to re-open borders with COVID-19 testing, and further financial support for aviation as the pandemic shutdown of air transport continues. The airlines, under the aegis of International Air Transport Association (IATA), noted that border restrictions, especially quarantine measures, in Europe and many parts of the world had undermined…
Air travel records low COVID-19 infections with 44 total cases
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has demonstrated the low incidence of in-flight COVID-19 transmission with an updated tally of published cases.
World airlines seek $77 billion lifeline to avert collapes
World airlines have said the global aviation industry would require $77 billion in cash to push through the second half (H2) of 2020, to avoid collapse.
Airports concessioning: Seeking end to inefficiencies at nation’s airports
The argument was the most logical. The airports, both local and international, were in deplorable states, a condition that has earned them places among some of the worst aerodromes in the world.
Foreign airlines record 30 per cent in slow restart
A 30 percent passenger traffic was recorded weekend in Nigeria’s international travel as commercial flight services resume after five months of lockdown.