Airlines seek flight resumption as NCAA submits findings today
Local airlines have urged the Federal Government and the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 to reopen the airspace for airlines and airports that have satisfied safety protocol to begin operations.
Nigeria Air would have cost nation N180b yearly
Except for its indefinite suspension last Wednesday, the national carrier, Nigeria Air, was to cost Nigeria at least N180b yearly for the next 10 years, operators have said.
Airline operators uneasy over new national carrier
The proposed take-off of a new national carrier in December is unsettling airline operators, with many fearing their investments and operations may crash.
Airlines operators lament abandoned report on multiple taxation
Airlines operators in the country have alleged that the presidential taskforce report and recommendations on multiple taxations in the aviation sector have been abandoned.The report, which was submitted a couple of months ago, has neither been made public nor implemented.
Airlines, NTDC mull special travel packages to drive tourism
Leisure travellers and tourists in the country may be in for special packages in a strategic partnership currently being worked out between airlines and the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC).
Ghana ahead of Nigeria in aviation hub race
Ghana appears to be leading in the race for the aviation hub in the West African region, despite Nigeria’s comparative advantage.Whereas both West African neighbours currently parade the “ease of doing business” initiatives of their governments....
NCAA insists on automated debit system, airlines debt hits N15b
The apex aviation regulatory body, contrary to claims by the airlines, said the debt burden is already in excess of N15billion, hence the need to computerise the remittance system from the airlines.
Arik to reduce flight operations over small fleet size
The new management of Arik Airline will this week scale down flight operations to realign with the number of serviceable aircraft currently at its disposal.