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Government Cooperation Vital to Global Aviation Security- Alexandre de Juniac

Travelers can be reassured that flying is both safe and secure. I was reminded of all the efforts that go into keeping it that way during a visit

Sirika Moves To Pilot Nigerian Aviation To New Heights

by Yakubu Dati Last Tuesday, September 13,2016,the Minister of State, Aviation, Sen Hadi Sirika landed in Lagos from a trip and immediately moved to settle a trade

Boeing’s $2 Billion Hard Landing – Bloomberg Gadfly

By Chris Bryant  A long-serving chief executive often hands his or her successor a few nasties to deal with. Such is the fate of Boeing's Dennis Muilenburg,


Yakubu Dati The aviation industry is a catalyst for socio-economic development anywhere! It provides the fastest and safest means of transportation of persons and cargo within and

Sirika Unfolds Vision for Nigerian Aviation

Senator Hadi Sirika, the Honourable Minister of State, Aviation has unfolded the vision and strategies of the President Mohammad Buhari

The Inventor of Customer Satisfaction Surveys Is Sick of Them, Too

By Jennifer Kaplan Fourteen years ago, an executive at Bain & Co had a suggestion -- create a short consumer survey to test brand loyalty. The idea

Did I Pay Too Much for That Airline Ticket?

By Justin Bachman Deciding exactly when to buy a plane ticket, and whether it’s a “good” price when you do, has thrown up a cottage industry around

U.S. Should Auction Air Routes

- By Peter R. Orszag The Department of Transportation is in the process of deciding which U.S. airline should be awarded new nonstop routes between Los Angeles

State of Nigerian airports infrastructure

By Yakubu Dati The deluge of doubts that trailed the remodeling of airports across Nigeria, is giving way to rays of hope as great expectations have replaced

Who pays for London City Airport’s golden ticket?

By George Hay London City Airport’s new owners are offering 2 billion pounds for the east London airport. But with such a generous price, who will really