NIGERIAN CUSTOMS SERVICE SET TO RETIRE 577 OFFICERS

Barely one week after it promoted three officers to management level and redeployed eight others, the Nigerian Customs Service is set to retire 577...

HOW BOOST IN BUSINESS CONFIDENCE TRIGGERS RISE IN AIR TRANSPORT

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) on Thursday reeled out global passenger traffic results for November 2017 with African airlines increasing further growth. This result...

BUHARI PROMISES TO LINK ALL ECONOMIC ZONES BY RAIL, COMMISSIONS 2 TRAINS, 10 COACHES

President Muhammadu Buhari, Thursday promised that all economic zones across the country and the states' capital will be linked to the railway to facilitate...

MINISTER EXPLAINS WHY OPENING NEW ABUJA AIRPORT TERMINAL MAY BE DELAYED

Hadi Sirika, The Minister of State for Aviation, said despite the tremendous work already done at the new terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International...

TRAVELLERS GROAN AS PETROL HITS N500/LITRE IN BLACK MARKET

Less than 24 hours to Christmas, it has been lamentation galore for holidaymakers crisscrossing the country to spend the Yuletide with their loved ones. Airports...

SENATE ACCUSES GOVT OFFICIALS OF PATRONISING IMPORTED VEHICLES

Ben Murray-Bruce, chairman, Senate Committee on Privatisation, has accused government officials of patronising foreign made vehicles, describing the officials as unpatriotic Nigerians. The Senator expressed...

NIGERIA AIRPORTS ON RED ALERT OVER CHRISTMAS

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has beefed up security at the nation's airports ahead of the yuletide festivities. It assured air travelers and other...

LAGOS SEALS COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT COMPANIES’ PARKS IN JIBOWU

Lagos State Government has sealed off the premises of some commercial transport companies at Jibowu, as it enforces the order asking inter-state buses to...

WHY ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES INAUGURATES ALL-FEMALE CREW FLIGHT TO NIGERIA

Ethiopian Airlines has announced its first all-female crew flight to Nigeria. The airline said women would be expected to fill every role on the flight,...

HOW TAXES, HIGH AIR FARE, STIFLE AVIATION GROWTH

Slow growth in the aviation sector has again been linked to multiple taxes and charges levied against operators and passengers in the country. The cumulative...