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Minister to meet AMCON over Aero crisis

Aero Contractors workers can now heave a sigh of relief as the Federal Government has assured the workers of Aero Contractors that none of them would lose their

Save aviation from distress, NANTA tells FG

*Calls for state of emergency in air transport sector The National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) has called for a state of emergency in the country’s

Alexandre de Juniac Takes the Reins at IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that Alexandre de Juniac has officially taken on the role of Director General and CEO of the organization. He succeeds Tony

Lufthansa, Air China Said to Finalize Venture This Month

Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Air China Ltd. plan to finalize a joint venture this month, sealing a deal to share revenue and coordinate routes after more than two

British Airways Pares Its Business-Only London-New York Service

British Airways will cut one of its two daily flights from London City Airport to New York’S John F. Kennedy International hub, slashing capacity on a business-class-only service

Qatar Airways plans large aircraft order

Qatar Airways plans to make a major aircraft purchase, its chief executive said, to meet fleet expansion plans and boost its global network. Akbar Al Baker did not comment


Aero Contractors Airlines has announced that it would suspend its scheduled services from Thursday September 1, 2016. A statement from the Chief Executive Officer, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu said

South African Air Seeks $1.1 Billion in Long-Term Funding

South African Airways is seeking 16 billion rand ($1.1 billion) in long-term funding that the unprofitable government-owned carrier said will be used for working and capital expenditure and

Power Restored at MMIA, Lagos.

The Management of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria wish to inform the general public that power has been fully restored at the Murtala Mohammed International International Airport Lagos,

Tunis Air state to cut 1,000 jobs – minister

Tunisair, Tunisia's state-owned carrier, plans to lay off 1,000 employees or more than 12 percent of its full-time workforce, as part of reform plans, the Transport Minister said