Tourism Recovery: NANTA launches campaign to promote intra African trade
The projected 3.4 trillion dollars Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rated Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) Initiative is to gain a muscled buy- in by the National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies...
Travel agencies adopt four airlines for continental free trade
Travel agencies in the country have adopted four foreign airlines as trade partners in the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) era.
African airlines to lose $40 million to covid-19 flight disruption
Airlines in Nigeria and other African countries have been estimated to lose $40 million in revenue this year over flight disruption due to coronavirus spread.
‘Improved infrastructure, open skies, others key to unlocking aviation economy’
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), yesterday, reiterated the imperatives of improved infrastructure, connectivity, safety, and technology, if Nigeria and other African countries must unlock the aviation economy.
Dead Body of Stowaway fall from Kenya Airways Plane
A dead body of a stowaway on Tuesday fell from a Kenya Airways plane that was en route off from Nairobi to London’s Heathrow.
Excitement as consul-generals take over Ikoyi Club
More than 15 countries featured at the maiden edition of Diplomacy Stableford, a golf tournament for diplomats held yesterday at the Ikoyi Club 1938, Lagos. Organised by Vuvuzela Destination Marketing & Exhibition Diplomacy, the one-day event is expected to become a yearly recreational convergence of diplomats in Nigeria, who will be competing for honours. Sponsored…
Aviation union pickets Kenya Airways over sack of 22 workers, NCAA brokers truce
Aviation workers’ union has shut the operations of Kenya Airways in protest against the sack of 22 Nigerian workers at its Lagos office. The workers, under the aegis of National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE), had earlier faulted the mass dismissal, demanding that airline returns to the negotiation table for amicable resolution of the…
Union to picket Kenya Airways over sack of 22 workers
Aviation workers’ union may picket Kenya Airways next week in protest against the sack of Nigerian workers at the Lagos office.The airlines, citing redundancy, recently sacked 22 out of its 26 Nigerian employees.