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Nigerian Airlines

August 31, 2022

Emirates resumes flight operations to Lagos

The development comes shortly after the Central Bank released $265 million to foreign airlines amid threats by the international carries stop operations in Nigeria.

Fly Emirate plane used to illustrate the story. [PHOTO CREDIT: Emirate Web Page]
August 29, 2022

Air France suspends two pilots for exchanging blows aboard international flight

The pilot and co-pilot had a dispute shortly after takeoff and grabbed each other by their collars after one of them threw a punch.

Air France
July 25, 2022

Calabar airport records 19,237 passengers’ movements in six weeks

Nigerian airlines recently warned about major disruptions of flights due to scarcity of aviation fuel.

Margaret Ekpo airport in Calabar
May 8, 2022

Nigerian airlines suspend nationwide strike

The commercial aviation firms said the decision was taken to allow federal authorities enough time to address raging operational issues in the industry.

March 18, 2022

Nigerian airlines suspend shutdown of flight operations

“As patriotic Nigerians and investors, we will continue to engage the government and its agencies on the way out of this problem.”

March 14, 2022

Nigerian airlines to shut down in three days over historic energy crisis: Allen Onyema

“We have only three more days, all airlines in Nigeria will shut down,” the Air Peace CEO said. “We are not threatening this country, it is a fact.”

Air Peace chairman, Allen Onyema
February 19, 2022

Airline operators increase economy class tickets to N50,000

The increase comes amidst rising inflation in the country and widely bemoaned economic hardship.

July 8, 2021

Airlines to refund 100% airfares to passengers after 2-hour delay: Aviation Minister

Mr Sirika urged passengers to start demanding their rights whenever they are being trampled upon by airlines and not to be unruly at airports.

Hadi Sirika