Murtala Muhammed Airport
Passengers to pay double for domestic flights
Passengers planning to travel by air from Wednesday, July 8, when domestic flights resume after four months of lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, should be prepared to pay almost double of their old fares.
Local airlines set for operations, market new rates
Local airlines yesterday marketed new fare rates as part of the preparation for flight resumption in the COVID-19 era. Some of the operators, apparently in line with the expected hike in fares and higher cost of operations
Lagos airport rallies travellers, users to safety procedure
Operator of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), has advised travellers to be safety conscious, particularly in the area
Association empowers the girl–child on education forum
About 500 girls have been empowered by the Association of Women in Governance (AWIG), at a one-day awareness programme with focus on their challenges, with a view to drawing state, national, and global attention to the importance of educating the girl child.
Flight delays, cancellations cripple local travels amid traffic surge
Flight delays and cancellations in local air transport have worsened, much to the discomfort of passengers travelling for either summer or Muslim festivities.
ICAO warned us about poor security of Lagos airport since 2004, says Ojikutu
Group Captain John Ojikutu (rtd) is the former commandant of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, in the 1980s and 90s. Ojikutu in this interview with WOLE OYEBADE said the cases of security breaches at the airport were not new but for the complacency and complicity of concerned authorities. Excerpts
Nigeria returns from World Para-Powerlifting Championship as second best team
It was fanfare at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos on Monday evening when the Nigeria Para-Powerlifting team arrived in the country to a heroic welcome following an outstanding performance at the just concluded 2019 World Para-Powerlifting Championship held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Obasanjo denies plane crash escape reports
Former Nigeria president Olusegun Obasanjo Wednesday evening denied reports he was on board an Ethiopian plane that escaped a crash in Lagos. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)Wednesday afternoon reported that Obasanjo was on board the Boeing 777-300 aircraft Ethiopian flight that encountered bad weather during landing at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport. However, Ethiopian Airlines…