‘For better service, reputable technocrats should run airport’
The truth is that aviation industry is a very sensitive one and everywhere globally has seen aviation taking some countries to their economic haven.
Airlines warn against extra charges as traffic drops by 91.3%
World airlines have warned the Nigerian government and others across the globe not to levy extra fees and charges on passengers in the COVID-19 era.
Air cargo demand surges amid global capacity crunch
As world airlines gradually return to operations after the coronavirus-induced lockdown, demand in air cargo is also beginning to improve despite the subsisting capacity crunch
Physical distancing directive unsettles local airlines
The subsisting directive on physical distancing and keeping middle seats in commercial flights vacant have continued to unsettle local airlines ahead of resumption.
Long-haul records zero traffic as foreign airlines resume
Travellers’ apathy has welcomed long-distance international travels, as more foreign airlines resume operations globally. The development is not unconnected with fears of coronavirus infections
Suspense as airlines resume operations without bailout
Regulators and operators may not be ready for local commercial flight services on June 21 when the airspace finally reopens for passenger flight operations...
Hard, challenging recovery await air travel as airspace reopens
Ahead of the air travel restart across the globe, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that a hard and challenging recovery await aviation across several levels.
‘Border reopening, financial support to save airlines from collapse’
World airlines yesterday rallied governments to reopen international borders, and give financial bailouts to save economies and airlines from collapse.