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31 Jul
The United Arab Emirates national carrier, Emirates Airline, has notified the Aviation Ministry of its plan to slash daily frequencies to Lagos over accumulated stuck funds, now over $85m.
29 Jul
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has welcomed progress by states towards a long-term aspirational goal (LTAG) of net-zero aviation carbon emissions by 2050, in line with the Paris Agreement’s temperature objectives.
13 Jul
For the third year on the bounce, there will be no summer travel overseas for average holidaymakers in the country. No thanks to the prevailing foreign exchange liquidity crisis that has further raised airfares by at least 200 per cent and average Economy Class tickets above the N1 million-mark.
13 Jul
As the summer holidays begin, airlines have recorded a major surge in air traffic demands and attendant recovery from the pandemic decline.
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
Airline operators have called for the scrap of health paperwork, COVID-19 testing and facemask protocols as mandatory requirements for air travel.
28 Jun
Air travellers on the international route may face fresh fare hikes as part of the ripple effects of foreign airlines’ unrepatriated $600 million in Nigeria...
24 Jun
World airlines have urged governments to work closely with the aviation industry to ensure that aviation and incumbent aviation safety systems can safely co-exist with new 5G services.
22 Jun
Global airlines, yesterday, announced an upgrade to its outlook for the airline industry’s 2022 financial performance, with the recent spike in aviation fuel headlining the major hurdle for recovery and profitability.
17 Jun
Analysts have projected that Nigeria's passenger traffic will exceed that of the global aviation sector with about a seven per cent growth rate in the next 10 years, while the global industry
10 Jun
Global airlines yesterday, posted a strong recovery trend for the month of April, apparently undeterred by the war in Ukraine and travel restrictions in China. The surge was driven primarily by international demand.
1 Jun
Worried by the shortage of ground handling personnel at major airports globally, airline operators have called for an urgent reform in the recruitment protocol to allow more hands into the critical sub-sector of aviation.

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19 mins ago
An attacker stabbed 10 people to death in Kerman province in southern Iran due to "personal differences", before being arrested by police, state media reported Monday.
31 mins ago
Six migrants were found dead at sea and others were missing after their boat sank Monday off the coast of Algeria, local television reported, adding six survivors were rescued.
31 mins ago
Nigerian artiste, Kizz Daniel (real name:Oluwatobilola Daniel Anidugbe) has been arrested by the Tanzania police for a breach of contract. The Buga singer who was billed to perform at his own concert tagged “Afro Classic World Tour” simply did not show up. Early today, videos of the concert goers destroying properties in the concert surfaced…
37 mins ago
Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka on Monday condemned a viral video on social media showing members of the Pyrates Confraternity mocking the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu during a procession. Soyinka in a statement said he was appalled at the lyrics of the song. In the video, the Pyrates’ members…
39 mins ago
A Sri Lankan court on Monday released on bail top leftist trade union leader Joseph Stalin, whose arrest had sparked international condemnation and widespread protests.