ABUJA AIRPORT ACCIDENT: AIB INVESTIGATES SKYBIRD AIRCRAFT

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has launched an investigation into the Skybird Gulfstream 4 aircraft that skidded off the runway at the Nnamdi Azikiwe...

U. S. EMBASSY EXPLAINS WHY CONSULAR SERVICES IN ABUJA TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED

The U.S. Embassy Nigeria, says it has temporarily suspended its consular services in Abuja due to reasons beyond its control. The embassy in a statement...

US GIVES REASONS FOR RECALLING VISAS OF NIGERIANS TRAVELLING TO AMERICA

Among the number of reasons the United States Government had revoked the visas of some Nigerians traveling to the US might have been because...

AMID SLOW GROWTH, AIRLINES TARGET N12.2 TRILLION PROFIT IN 2018

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Monday announced its expectation for airlines to achieve a collective net profit of N12.2 trillion ($33.8 billion), being...

BUHARI WRITES TO SAUDI ARABIAN GOVT TO REVIEW HAJJ VISA POLICY

President Muhammadu Buhari, has moved to ease Hajj visa processing difficulties that could be faced by intending Muslim pilgrims to Saudi Arabia in 2018. To...

HERITAGE BANK NAMED MOST SUPPORTIVE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IN TOURISM

Heritage Bank Plc has once again proven to be Nigeria’s most innovative banking service provider, as Institute for Tourism Professionals, organisers of the National...

SURVEY PUTS ABUJA-LAGOS FLIGHT ROUTE AS FOURTH BUSIEST IN AFRICA

An average of 50 minutes flight between the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, and Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) in Lagos, has been ranked the...

TRANSCORP HOTELS BOSS WORRY GOVT NEGLECT OF NIGERIA TOURISM SECTOR

Valentine Ozigbo, managing director/chief executive officer of Transcorp Hotels Plc, has lamented the neglect of the Nigeria’s tourism sector by governments at all levels. Ozigbo...

PANAMA SET TO OPEN EMBASSY IN NIGERIA

President Juan Carlos Varela of Panama has said that his country would soon open an Embassy in Abuja. The decision to open the embassy was...

CUBA PLANE CRASH: OVER 100 PASSENGERS FEARED KILLED

More than 100 people were killed in a fatal crash of a Boeing 737 passenger plane in Cuba Friday, Cuban broadcaster CubaTV reported. According to...