Akporiaye steps in as NANTA national president
Following her recent emergence as the National President of the National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies, (NANTA), Susan Akporiaye has pledged to confront challenges facing its members and come up with effective strategies that would reposition the body.
Local airline loses N2.1 billion in three weeks
A major local airline has lost as much as N2.1 billion in the last three weeks over flight disruption occasioned by the coronavirus disease pandemic.
Travel agencies chart path to strong national carrier
Until Nigeria gets it right with the proposed national carrier, the potential of the local air travel market may remain untapped with low contribution to the economy.
Natural sites can boost local tourism, experts say
Security and infrastructure gaps in Nigeria notwithstanding, concerned stakeholders have urged the government and practitioners alike to pay closer attention to the export potential of natural tourism sites across the country.
NANTA South/West celebrates week, harps on wellness
The leadership of the western zone of the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA) at the weekend took all its members to the gym for physical exercise...
NANTA holds free training for travel agencies
The National Association of Nigerian Travel Agency (NANTA) has stated that it would be hosting nationwide training for International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Non-IATA registered travel agencies in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja at no cost.
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.
Travel agencies rally FG to developmental policies
Travel agencies in the country have urged the Federal Government to embrace and implement developmental policies for the growth of the aviation industry.