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
Nigeria: unions threaten to mobilize the aviation community against Rivers state govt.
The aviation unions in Nigeria have threatened to mobilise the aviation community against the Rivers State Government in Southern Nigeria if it fails to immediately
Ghana, EgyptAir Sign MoU to Establish National Aviation Company
Ghanaian government and Egyptian flag carrier EgyptAir have signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a Ghanaian national aviation company with investments from both countries.
South Africa reopens borders to Africans
South Africa has opened its borders to travellers the first time since it went into Covid-19 lockdown in March. But travellers will be subject to
4.5 Million African Jobs at Risk due to COVID-19 and Travel Restrictions
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned that the damage being done to the African aviation industry and on economies by the shutdown of air
African Airlines’ Traffic Falls By 90% – Report
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said African air travel fell by 90 per cent in August, with a forecasted 66% drop in global
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: List of airlines banned from country’s airspace released
The Nigerian government made real her threat to retaliate against countries with unfriendly aviation policies last Thursday, when the country released approved airlines that would
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 to ban stubborn air travellers for six months
The Nigerian Government has unequivocally declared that passengers, especially international ones, who fail to comply with the Covid-19 protocol put in place to allow the