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12 Sep
A coalition of aviation workers’ unions, yesterday, made good their threats to stage peaceful protests at airports nationwide, to draw attention to anti-labour clauses in new aviation bills.
5 Sep
Crew of the United Nigeria Airline (UNA), a local carrier, yesterday, arrested a stowaway at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMIA), Lagos.
8 Jul
The Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has issued a new date for the completion of the new airfield lighting work on Runway 18 Left of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos.
28 Apr
Almost a year after the new vigor to end the historic blackout on the Runway 18L, the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, still awaits the deployment of the airfield lighting it has been deprived of in the past 14 years.
15 Mar
It was a chaotic scene at airports yesterday, as fuel scarcity bit harder disrupting scheduled flight services for several hours.
29 Jan
Security breaches at the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos are really not new. But with insiders beginning to threaten its safety and security, and daylight robbery now a new normal on the restricted airside, stakeholders have called for the overhauling of the security ...
26 Jan
Suspected thieves have broken into an Arik Air aircraft parked at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, stealing valuable gadgets.   The break-in, according to findings, has left the Boeing 737 aircraft grounded without its Flight Management Computer (FMC) and other accessories.   Arik spokesperson, Banji Ola, yesterday, confirmed the security breach, saying the matter has…
19 Dec 2021
State governors’ angling for more airports is a misplaced priority that the National Assembly and Federal aviation authorities should discourage as it amounts to prodigal awards of state resources.
3 Sep 2021
All things being equal, the waiting game will soon be over for airfield lighting and night operations for Runway 18L at the busy Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos.
23 Jul 2021
Despite a rebound in passenger traffic since flights resumed a year ago, scheduled airlines are struggling to cope with poor aviation infrastructure that has not seen repair or upgrade in several years.
23 Apr 2021
Despite the operational hiccups facing the sector, local airlines have recorded a marginal rebound in business, recording improved passenger patronage across networks.
16 Apr 2021
Aviation stakeholders have bemoaned heightened security concerns and attacks in and around airports nationwide, saying nothing has changed after many years of raising the alarm.

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