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9 Oct
Africa’s import dependent aviation fuel market and the drastic reduction in capacity utilisation across refineries on the continent may compound the Jet-A1 crisis in Africa.
29 Sep
Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs), yesterday, rallied the Federal Government behind the local production of aviation fuel and mitigation of the Foreign Exchange (FX) liquidity crisis to save local aviation
13 May 2022
For the second time in two months, the National Assembly on Monday, summoned airline operators, oil marketers, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to a round-table over soaring cost of jet fuel for which the operators threatened to shut down local air transport services.

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10 mins ago
With a split judgment of three to two, the Supreme Court, yesterday, nailed the aspiration of Bashir Sheriff Machina 18 days to the election, when it announced the Senate President, Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan, as the Senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Yobe North Senatorial District.
19 mins ago
At least three trainer airplanes worth $1 billion have been grounded at the International Aviation College (IAC), Ilorin, Kwara State, over paucity of funds and foreign exchange liquidity crisis.
20 mins ago
The hope sports enthusiasts have of seeing the National Stadium back as the centre of sports excellence seems to have been dashed by vandals, who for two weeks, have had unfettered access to the facility’s cables.
25 mins ago
There are concerns the death toll, following clash between terrorists and vigilantes in Bakori Council of Katsina State, might have exceeded 100, sources said.
29 mins ago
At least three persons were reported killed on Sunday night in a remote community of Maiyanga in Mandar, Bokkos local council of Plateau State.