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Flight disruptions over power outage at Lagos airport

*Airlines decry recurring problem Nigeria’s busiest airport, the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos again witnessed power outage at the aerodrome. The problem caused major disruption of flight

Wanda Agrees to Build $9.5 Billion Culture Project in China

Billionaire Wang Jianlin’s Dalian Wanda Group Co. agreed to build a 63 billion yuan ($9.5 billion) culture-and-tourism project in northeastern China, in its latest effort to become an

Kiwis Claim Another World-First With Pizza Delivery by Drone

New Zealand led the world when it gave women the vote and introduced inflation targeting. Now it’s claiming another world-first: pizza delivery by drone. Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. has

Superfast Airborne Wi-Fi Is Coming to Europe’s Planes

Starting early next year, travelers on some Lufthansa flights in Europe will be able to surf the web using airborne Wi-Fi that promises speeds and coverage that trounce

Lufthansa Pushes Revamp Amid ‘Unprecedented’ Demand Volatility

Deutsche Lufthansa AG is pushing ahead with cost-cutting efforts to meet the challenge of an airline industry buffeted by “unprecedented” shifts in demand following terrorism in some of

U.N. aviation emissions pact to let states opt out in first phase

A new global deal on curbing aviation emissions will likely give states the right to opt out of its initial voluntary phases, according to sources familiar with the

Workers protest planned concession of four airports

Air transport workers under the aegis of Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and the National Union of

Global tourism GDP resilient this year, but woes for France, Turkey

Travel and tourism will contribute less than previously forecast to the economies of France, Turkey and Brazil this year, hit by attacks, political and economic turmoil, though globally

Low-cost airlines bet on data to drive profit

Europe's low-cost airlines once mocked the air miles programs run by flag carriers as expensive relics of a bygone era. But after watching wide-eyed as customer databases were

Sun Int’l, manager of Federal Palace Hotel, quits Nigeria

South African hotel and gaming group and operators of the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos, Sun International said on Monday it would exit Nigeria due to weak economic growth