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Wealthy Nigerians fly between Abuja and Lagos via London amid safety concerns

 

Written by aakinfe
Sunday, 20 October 2013 08:02

Wealthy Nigerians fly between Abuja and Lagos via London amid safety concerns

WEALTHY Nigerian air travellers are now taking the bizarre precaution of flying between Abuja and Lagos via London in a bid to avoid becoming victims of the incessant spate of aviation accidents in the country.

   

10 things that make Ethiopia extraordinary

 

Written by aakinfe
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 06:29

10 things that make Ethiopia extraordinary

10 things that make Ethiopia extraordinary

   

BA offers to partner Nigeria in aviation expansion

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 23 November 2012 06:44

BA offers to partner Nigeria in aviation expansion

BRITISH Airways (BA) has agreed to enter into a partnership with the Nigerian government to develop the local aviation industry in a bid to end the ongoing spat between the two parties.

   

Lufthansa says MoU gives it exemption from royalties

 

Written by News Team
Thursday, 22 November 2012 10:03

Lufthansa says MoU gives it exemption from royalties

GERMAN airline Lufthansa is denying liability for the payment of $14m demanded of it by the Nigerian senate because it signed a waiver agreement with the federal government in 2008 which exempted it from paying royalties.

   

Dr Tafida asks missions to stop ripping off Nigerian visa applicants

 

Written by News Team
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 13:16

Dr Tafida asks missions to stop ripping off Nigerian visa applicants

NIGERIA’S high commissioner to the United Kingdom Dr Dalhatu Tafida has called on foreign missions to end the ongoing practice of making money off innocent Nigerians by denying them visas only to ask them only to ask them to apply again and pay a fresh fee.

   

Aviation ministry plans to register four new airlines

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 12 October 2012 15:19

Aviation ministry plans to register four new airlines

NIGERIA’S aviation ministry is stepping up plans to register four new domestic airlines next year in a desperate bid to increase competition across the sector and improve the quality of customer service.

   

Air Nigeria Taken To Court By Ex-Employees

 

Written by News Team
Sunday, 30 September 2012 13:51

Air Nigeria Taken To Court By Ex-Employees

FORMER Air Nigeria employees have taken the airline’s management to an industrial court claiming illegal and wrongful termination of their employment and the non-payment of their entitlements.

   

Nigeria Foreign Minister Reaffirms Commitment To Protecting Diasporans

 

Written by News Team
Sunday, 30 September 2012 13:32

Nigeria Foreign Minister Reaffirms Commitment To Protecting Diasporans

FOREIGN minister Gbenga Ashiru has reiterated that his ministry will not shy away from its responsibility of looking after the diaspora and protecting Nigerians living abroad whenever necessary.

   

Foreign Airline To Be Equity Partner In New National Carrier

 

Written by News Team
Sunday, 30 September 2012 13:16

Foreign Airline To Be Equity Partner In New National Carrier

PLANS have been completed for the launch of a new national carrier that will involve joint ownership between Nigerian shareholders and an international airline with officials now awaiting the approval of President Jonathan.

   

Airlines Warn About Runway Flooding

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 28 September 2012 10:28

Airlines Warn About Runway Flooding

FOREIGN airlines flying into Nigeria have expressed concern about the flooding of the runway at Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos whenever it rains adding that it is both dangerous and costly.

   

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