Airline restores Lagos-Frankfurt operations
German carrier, Lufthansa, has resumed flight operations on the Lagos-Frankfurt route. The foreign carrier recently operated a Frankfurt-Lagos-Frankfurt flight after eight months of temporary withdrawal
Civil Aviation Authority pledges to fight aeropolitics
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has pledged to support local airlines in fighting repressive rules occasioned by feisty aeropolitics in the global aviation industry.
Cabin crew could prolong walkout at Lufthansa's Germanwings
Cabin crew at Lufthansa subsidiary Germanwings began a planned three-day strike Monday with their union warning the industrial dispute could last longer.
Lufthansa scraps 1,300 flights over two-day German strike
Lufthansa said Wednesday it was scrapping 1,300 flights as German cabin crew pressed ahead with a two-day strike, plunging passengers into travel chaos amid an escalating row over pay and conditions.
Why four airlines bust in one month
Since the beginning of September, four European airlines have ceased trading, three in the last week alone. Two of these airlines were over 50 years old, demonstrating that it’s not just the newcomers who are struggling.
Lufthansa appoints first female Nigerian as GM Sales
Lufthansa Group has appointed Mrs. Adenike Macaulay General Manager, Sales Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea. The apoointment take effective from January 1, 2019. Macaulay is the first female and Nigerian to hold such position in the airline group. She succeeds Mr. Robin Sohdi, who held the position since January 2016. She will be responsible for all…
IATA targets one billion passengers on sustainable fuel flights
The International Air transport Association (IATA), has set a target of at least one billion passengers for flights powered by a mix of jet fuel and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) by 2025.
Panic aboard Lufthansa as plane drops 30,000 feet
Lufthansa Airbus 330 flight last Sunday, caused a scare among 197 passengers when the plane allegedly dropped to as low as 5,000 feet from 35,000 shortly after take-off.The Guardian learnt that the suddenness of the descent and without prior notice caused some of the Abuja-Frankfurt travellers....