Fresh concerns as telephone numbers of some passengers become unreachable
The Federal Government yesterday disclosed that here have been a few challenges in tracing the contacts of some passengers on board the Turkish Airline that brought the Italian citizen confirmed with Coronavirus in Nigeria last week.
Airline decries take-off, landing times in major cities
Considering the security situation in the country, Turkish Airline is seeking government’s intervention in its landing and departure times for its Abuja and Port Harcourt stations.
Tourism: Private sector operators task government on infrastructural development
A group of private sector operators in tourism under the umbrella body of SKAL International, Abuja, has charged the government on the development of infrastructure to encourage influx of foreign tourists into the country. Speaking at the recent induction ceremony and presentation of products in Abuja, the president, Julie Tongrit, noted that lack of…
Pressure mounts to slash multiple destinations, frequencies of foreign carriers
The bid to cut multiple destinations and frequencies currently enjoyed by foreign carriers has gathered momentum, as the Federal Government may consider a review of the slots in favour of local operators.
Tackling unholy pacts in air travel business
Aviation’s bilateral or multilateral pact is to enhance global air travel business and create win-win for the parties. But when such an agreement is skewed against a partner and a rip-off, then it is time for a contract review or notice to quit.
Turkish Airline sued over alleged luggage seizure
A Nigerian businesswoman, Tolulope Ogundokun has sued Turkish Airline over alleged seizure of her luggage for four days during her trip from Turkey en route London, by an official of the Airline.