Aviation

Nigeria to shut Lagos and Abuja airports between March 23 and April 23 as coronavirus cases hit 22

Nigeria's two busiest airports in Abuja and Lagos will be shut between March 23 and April 23 to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Captain Musa Nuhu, said...

Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria to hold major national aviation conference

All is now set for the maiden “FAAN National Aviation Conference” to be organized by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria.The conference, with the theme 'Advancing the Frontiers of Possibilities for Safe,...

Turkish Airlines cancels flights to Nigeria over coronavirus

Turkish Airlines has canceled all flights to Nigeria over COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.Turkish Airlines, which brought into Nigeria the Italian who tested positive for coronavirus on...

Senate confirms Captain Musa Shuaibu Nuhu as Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)

The Nigerian Senate on Tuesday confirmed the nomination of Captain Musa Shuaibu Nuhu as Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).Nuhu’s confirmation was sequel to the consideration of the report on...

Nigerian ground handling company SAHCO Plc. reaching for new heights

Nigeria's Skyway Aviation Handling Company PLC (SAHCO) is reaching for the heights in new dawn recommitment under the leadership of Basil Agboarumi, at least that was the new pledge at a 3-day management retreat with the...

Nigeria bound Delta Airlines, British Airways and Emirates Airlines diverted to Ghana because of poor instrument landing system during bad weather in Lagos

Several Nigeria bound flights were diverted to nearby Ghana due to weather conditions and poor instrument landing systems (ILS) at Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) in Lagos, newswire PRNigeria, reported on Wednesday.PRNigeria...

U.S. condemns “ICAO’s outrageous practice of blocking Twitter users who reference Taiwan” – Statement

The United States Department of State has condemned what it described as an "outrageous practice of blocking twitter users who reference Taiwan" by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)."The United States is...

Airbus agrees to pay over $3.9 billion in global penalties to resolve foreign bribery and ITAR case

Airbus SE (Airbus or the Company), a global provider of civilian and military aircraft based in France, has agreed to pay combined penalties of more than $3.9 billion to resolve foreign bribery charges with authorities in...

Nigeria: Firefighters battle blaze at Lagos airport

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria announced on Saturday that a mysterious bush fire had been reported around the RESA of 36L, Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos."Officers of the Air Rescue and...

CORONAVIRUS: Nigeria urges travelers to comply with all quarantine procedures at airports

In an effort to protect passengers from the epidemic ravaging some countries and to prevent the spread of such communicable diseases into Nigeria, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria hereby advises passengers and other airport users...
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BREAKING: Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state in Nigeria tests positive for coronavirus

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State in Southwest Nigeria has tested positive for coronavirus.Makinde said he was...

BREAKING: Another person dies from COVID-19 in Nigeria lifting total death toll to 2 from 111 infections

A second person has died from COVID-19 in Nigeria, bringing the total death toll in Africa's most populous country to two,...

BREAKING: Facebook invests $100 million to support the news industry through COVID-19 pandemic

CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Monday that Facebook will invest $100 million to support the news industry through COVID-19.

African heads of state set up anti-COVID-19 fund during unprecedented teleconference

African heads of state and government have held their first teleconference amid coronavirus pandemic and set up a $12.5 million anti-COVID-19...
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