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Nigeria Green Africa Airways Green Africa earns 82.37% OTP in six months

Green Africa Airways has recorded 82.37 per cent On Time Departure (OTP) between June and November 2022. The airline who disclosed this in a statement issued by Omolara Kehinde, its Brand and Marketing Specialist said that within the period, the airline had 3,404 flight operations.

With this, the airline emerged as one of the topmos… read more

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Nigeria Aero Contractor ‘No airline makes profit on wet-leased aircraft’

Managing Director of Aero Contractors, Captain Ado Sanusi has said no airline can succeed or make profit basing their operations on wet-leasing aircraft stating that most wet-lease agreements in the country are only to fill a particular lacuna for a short term.

This is just as he has said that no aviation industry can thrive witho… read more

  • Miscellaneous

AA WorldFlight Open Skies - African Nations to pilot Single Air Transport Market

Intra-African air travel under the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM), an initiative of the African Union to create a unified air transport market in Africa, is edging closer to reality, after 17 countries committed to a pilot programme.

At a meeting in Dakar on November 14, the ministers of transport and aviation from Cabo… read more

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Nigeria Aero Contractor Aero Contractors is back in the air after more than 4 months out of action

Aero Contractors is Nigeria's oldest active aviation company. In February 2016 when it was floundering, it was taken over from its shareholders (the Ibru family) and placed under the umbrella of the Asset Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON). Since then, its profitability ambitions have been met with operational challenges that threaten … read more

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Nigeria NCAA Why we allowed Aero Contractors to resume flight services

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has explained why it gave Aero Contractors the approval to resume flight services four months after the airline voluntarily suspended flight services.

The regulatory agency also said that it is working with all operators to ensure seamless travel in the coming weeks as air travellers… read more

  • Miscellaneous

Nigeria Nigeria issues travel advisory to citizens in U.S., Europe

Mr Mohammed said he was not issuing a travel advisory but merely giving a piece of advice to Nigerians who may be visiting these countries.

The Nigerian government on Monday issued a travel advisory to its citizens visiting the US and European countries.

Delivering his opening remarks at the ongoing Buhari administration score… read more

  • Flights

Nigeria Air Peace Air Peace Returns To Uyo As Airbus Aircraft Increase to Eight

Air Peace is staging a return to Uyo, Ikwa Ibom State from December 1, 2022, Mr. Stanley Olisa, the Spokesman for the airline has said. The airline also said that its fleet of Airbus aircraft have increased to eight from initial six following the additional of two A320 aircraft.

A statement by Olisa said the Lagos… read more

  • Accomodation

Hotels Radisson Hotel Radisson Group has big plans for Africa

Radisson Hotel Group said it plans to reach 150 hotels and 25,000 rooms within the next five years across the African continent.

"The last two years have been a time of accelerated growth for the Radisson Hotel Group; 2023 is already anticipated to remain positive with nine hotel openings during the year," Elie Younes, execut… read more

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USA United Airlines United Airlines launches Washington to Cape Town route

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has celebrated the launch of United Airlines’ new nonstop service between Washington Dulles International Airport and Cape Town International Airport. The route is operated three times per week with a 787-9. The launch date coincided with the airport’s celebration of its 60th anniversary.

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