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  • Flights

Turkey Turkish Airlines NCAA steps in to resolve Turkish Airlines’ labour dispute

Outrage erupted yesterday at the international airport as 300 passengers booked on Turkish Airlines flights to Istanbul found themselves stranded due to a picketing by the airline’s unions. The situation has caused a ripple effect, leaving passengers in both Nigeria and Turkey facing uncertain travel plans.

The Director of Public Affairs a… read more



  • Flights

QATAR Airways Nigeria proposes local catering for Qatar Airways to boost economy

Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Mr. Festus Keyamo, has assured the international community of Nigeria’s openness to investment in civil aviation and other sectors of the economy. Speaking at the sidelines at the third edition of the Future Aviation Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, themed “Elevating Global Connectivity,” Keya… read more




  • Flights

Nigeria Air Peace Air Peace has FG’s backing on UK pperations

Mr. Festus Keyamo, the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development has said that the Federal Government has full confidence in the continued safety operations of all Nigerian flag carriers, including Air Peace.

Keyamo stated this against the backdrop of the recent reports, which claimed that Air Peace violated safety opera… read more


  • Flights
  • Beyond Africa

UAE Emirates Emirates Airline and Avianca forge codeshare partnership

Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, and Avianca, a major Latin American carrier, have joined forces in a new codeshare agreement. This collaboration promises enhanced connectivity for travelers on select routes.

Emirates passengers can now seamlessly connect through Madrid, Barcelona, or London Heathrow to three Col… read more


  • Rail

Rail TAZARA TAZARA: Resumption of normal train operations

The Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) has announced that the reopening of the mainline, which was temporarily closed on 01 April 2024 due to landslides and formation failures caused by heavy rains in the Mlimba–Makambako area of … read more


  • Flights

Ethiopian Ethiopian doubles capacity with upgraded Addis Ababa domestic terminal

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s leading airlines have announced the inauguration of its transformed Addis Ababa Bole International Airport’s Domestic Terminal. The 50 million USD expansion and renovation project has significantly upgraded the terminal, expanding its total built-up area by more than twofold to 25,750 m2 and increasing… read more


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