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Tourism House: Time to stop this erraticism – By Frank Meke

In less than one year, it is like the house of tourism has collapsed. To say all is well within the system is the lie of the century.

FAAN: Too much money, little to show – By Wole Shadare

That the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) is the proverbial cash-cow of the aviation industry is stating the obvious. The agency which is saddled with the

THE TRAVEL SECTOR IN NIGERIA: ANY JOKER IN THE PACK? – Simon Tumba

As I write this piece, I am saddened by the turn of events over the last 15 years in what ought to be Africa's most vibrant aviation market

Category one aviation status: What next? By Wole Shadare

Against all permutations, Nigeria, last month retained the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Category one aviation ranking. Before now, the whole nation was apprehensive because of some incidents, the

LOOKING BEYOND THE NOSE – Simon Tumba

For a country the size of Nigeria, with a huge travelling population, the Murtala Mohammed International Airport Lagos, Nigeria's major gateway, is an eyesore. This is beyond the