Nigeria Air suspension: What happened?

In the middle 80s, the then military president, Ibrahim Babangida, faced with the challenge of communicating and convincing the Nigerian public of the benefits of his economic policies which were tied to the IMF dictates, […] Find more latest news and headlines from the newspaper

ATSSAN Chairman tasks VIPs to respect aviation rules in Nigerian airports

Mr Samuel Wuyep, Chairman, Air Transport Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSAN), Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja Branch, has appealed to top Nigerian Government officials… The post ATSSAN Chairman tasks VIPs to respect aviation rules in Nigerian airports appeared first on Daily Times Nigeria . Nigeria News from Nigeria Newspapers Find more latest news and…

Breaking : Aviation unions suspend picketing, as Bi- Courtney agrees to demand

Aviation unions Thursday night suspended their two days picketing of Muritala Muhammed Airport, terminal 2, Lagos after extensive meeting and Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of the terminal assented to the demands of industry unions by recalling the sacked 27 workers of the company. Continue reading Breaking : Aviation unions suspend picketing, as Bi-…

Breaking: Aviation unions shut down MMA2, flights grounded

Hundreds of passengers are reportedly stranded at the domestic terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2(MMA2) on Wednesday, as aviation unions carried out their shutdown threat over the sack of workers by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited. Continue reading Breaking: Aviation unions shut down MMA2, flights grounded at Vanguard News. Find more latest news and headlines…

Appraising the state of the Nigerian aviation sector

A well-functioning aviation sector presents substantial economic growth and developmental benefits via its significant contribution to GDP, job creation, trade generation and tourism promotion. It also fosters global economic integration and provides dynamic connectivity on a national, regional, and international scale. The Nigeria aviation sector has experienced gross infrastructure deficiency over the years, with many…

Nigeria Air: Lack of consultation with experts killed project – Stakeholders

Aviation stakeholders and experts Thursday at the 4th quarterly Business Breakfast Meeting organized by the Aviation Safety Roundtable Initiative,ASRTI, in Lagos unanimously said that lack of consultation with knowledgeable aviation experts led to the inability of the current Aviation Minister of State, Senator Hadi Sirika to midwife the suspended national carrier, Nigeria Air . Continue…