Nigeria, China to repair faulty new terminals with extra N140.8b
The delay in the completion of Chinese new terminals at Lagos and Kano airports has been blamed on faulty layout that will cost both Nigeria...
Nigeria ‘abandons’ Lagos airport facility repairs, maintenance
Owing to the neglect by government, the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos is in a sorry state. Passenger services at the airport may have reached its all-time low.
Diplomatic row looms as South Africa frustrates, arrests voluntary returnees
A fresh twist to the diplomatic row between Nigeria and South Africa is in the offing as South Africa yesterday frustrated the plans to repatriate Nigerians that were fleeing xenophobic attacks.
Lagos airport cab driver returns $2,400 to passenger
Mr Olayinka Adeniyi, a cab operator under the Airport Car Hire Association of Nigeria (ACHAN), Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, has returned 2,400 US dollars, (about N888,000), and an international passport forgotten by a passenger.
Police identifies Lagos Airport intruder as Nigerien
Police have identified the man who climbed an Azman Air aircraft at the Lagos airport on Friday as a Nigerien, Usman Adamu
‘We’re on a mission to contribute to growth of African luxury using Nigeria as focal point’
It has been an interesting journey that is full of challenges some of which we have been able to surmount; some others we are in the process of getting over.
Aviation unions picket Caverton Helicopters over unpaid benefits
Aviation workers’ unions yesterday protested against alleged anti-labour activities and unpaid benefits at Caverton Helicopters in Lagos. The protesters, drawn from the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and Air Transport Senior Staff Services Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), expressed grievances over management’s refusal to pay disengaged workers agreed benefits. The protests, which started as…
Abandoned aircraft overstretch Lagos airport facility
One-too-many abandoned aircraft on the aprons of Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, has overstretched the facility, making it almost difficult for active aeroplanes to operate. Some of the aircraft, already over five years on the apron, occupy spaces at both cargo and passenger terminals – limiting operating spaces for wide-body foreign carriers. Regional General…