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COVID-19: Nigeria extends airport closure by two weeks

The Nigerian Government has extended the closure of airports in the country by two weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, disclosed


MMIA Receives First International Flight after Five Months

After five months of shut down due to global pandemic, Covid-19. Muritala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, on Saturday at exactly 2.30 pm received first


Nigeria: Labour Congress declares support for aviation workers opposed to airports concession.

The Nigerian Labour Congress says the body is in full support of Aviation workers protesting against the plan by the Nigerian government to lease the


Nigeria: Excitement as Enugu airport comes alive after one year

It was pure excitement and joy as  Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu reopened last Sunday for commercial flight, exactly one year and six days after it was


Nigeria: Airport authorities Lost N18.9 Billion 6 months Revenue to Covid-19

Nigeria’s Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) claimed it lost N18.9 billion revenue in six months due to Coronavirus lockdown, lamenting that the impact of


Travel ban, fine awaits travellers, airlines without valid COVID-19 test

As Nigeria prepares finally to resume international flights, The government this Monday said airlines would be fined $3,500 per passenger for airlifting passengers without valid


COVID 19: Angola Airline Banned From European Airspace

Angola Airline (TAAG) has been banned from flying to Portugal and the whole European Shengen Space, due to the rising cases of the COVID-19 pandemic


Nigeria conducts test flight ahead of airport reopening

The Nigerian  Government on Saturday conducted a flight simulation exercise ahead of the resumption of domestic flights in the country. The exercise commenced around 8am, as