Murtala Muhammed International Airport
Flight restrictions cost Lagos airport over N15b in revenue
Protracted flight restrictions of both local and international flight operations in the last two months may cost Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) as much as N15b loss in revenue.
17 FG airports not viable, may shut down over losses
At least 17 out of the 20 airports owned and managed by the Federal Government have turned out to be unviable and have operated at a loss for three years.
Evacuation of 4000 Nigerians overseas begins tomorrow
The Federal Government yesterday declared that the evacuation of about 4000 Nigerians from 76 countries across the world will begin on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 (tomorrow).
FG extends airport shutdown by two weeks as UK evacuates 213
The Federal Government yesterday extended the shutdown of airports nationwide by another two weeks. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, who disclosed this via his Twitter account
International flights grounded, ban on foreign travellers takes effect
The Federal Government’s ban on non-Nigerian travellers from some 13 countries yesterday took full effect with commercial international air movement almost grounded to a halt at airports.
Nigeria’s international airport terminals scanty as bans take effect
A wave of travel bans and restrictions worldwide has depleted passenger traffic at international airports in Nigeria.
That embarrassing flight diversion at Lagos Airport
Gross inadequacies in the Nigerian aviation space came to the fore the other day in a most bizarre manner that embarrassed the country.
‘How British Airways abandoned over 300 Nigerians in Accra’
Although flight services have since resumed this week, the dust raised by last week’s disruptions is yet to settle. Just yesterday, a score of passengers arrived Lagos from Accra, Ghana, were they had been ferried and allegedly abandoned by British Airways since last week.