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14 Dec 2020
Airline operators have said the current fare hike would outlive the coming festivities. Admitting that the increase was not arbitrary, the players noted that a surplus in demand that typically follows
11 Dec 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said that the recovery of passenger demand continued to be disappointingly slow in October amid fears of coronavirus infections across regions.
27 Oct 2020
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…
9 Oct 2020
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.
19 Aug 2020
The groundswell of direct aviation job losses this month climbed to 149,400 in Nigeria, following the prolonged lockdown of the international airspace.
8 Jul 2020
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.
2 Jul 2020
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
29 Jun 2020
The subsisting directive on physical distancing and keeping middle seats in commercial flights vacant have continued to unsettle local airlines ahead of resumption.
26 Jun 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), has again called for a coordinated restart across regions, and more financial support to help the airlines
23 Jun 2020
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
17 Jun 2020
Regulators and operators may not be ready for local commercial flight services on June 21 when the airspace finally reopens for passenger flight operations...
5 Jun 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged governments to quickly implement the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO’s) global guidelines


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A French soldier has died in Mali, the French defence ministry announced on Sunday, with the latest loss coming as Paris wonders whether to stop providing military backup
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Voters in Senegal went to the polls on Sunday to elect mayors and local representatives in a vote seen as a key test of support for President Macky Sall.
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The first Taliban delegation to visit Europe since returning to power in Afghanistan began talks Sunday with Afghan civil society members focused on human rights
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The leader of Israel's largest ultra-Orthodox Jewish party submitted his resignation from parliament Sunday, after reaching a plea deal
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A fire at one of Hungary's largest hospitals in Budapest killed one person and injured two Sunday, according to Hungarian police.