Emirates to resume Abuja flights, one year after

Nigeria Consumer News

Hadi Sirika, minister of state for aviation, says Emirates Airline will resume its flight operations to Abuja on December 15. The minister made this known via his Twitter account. “Glad to inform that Emirates will recommence Abuja flight on the 15th of December, 2017. Thanks for bearing with us,” he wrote. The airline, alongside some […]

If You’re Flying To The U.S. This Week, Be Prepared For Delays, New Security Measures

In June, the Department of Homeland Security gave an ultimatum to airports around the world: Beef up your security or face a ban on carry-on electronics on flights heading to America. Tomorrow is the deadline for those advanced security measures to be in place

Boeing 777 Airplane

In June, the Department of Homeland Security gave an ultimatum to airports around the world: Beef up your security or face a ban on carry-on electronics on flights heading to America. Tomorrow is the deadline for those advanced security measures to be in place, so U.S.-bound travelers should prepare themselves accordingly. Starting tomorrow, Oct. 26, […]

Airplane, bus, motorcycle transport fares in Nigeria drops

The average fare paid by commuters for bus journey within the city decreased by 3.45 per cent to N130.29 in August 2017 from N134.95 in July 2017. The transport fare watch released yesterday by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed that the states with highest bus journey fare within city in August 2017 were […]

Emirates to restore second Lagos, Abuja daily flights

Nigeria Consumer News

There are indications that Emirates Airlines  may restore its second daily flight on Lagos and Dubai route. The airline reduced its twice daily flight on the route last year due to financial and operational reasons. Apart from cutting Lagos flights, the airline stopped operating into Abuja. Emirates Regional Manager, West Africa Commercial Operations, Afzal Parambil, said […]

Ghanaian airline launches daily flights to Abuja

Ghana-based Africa World Airlines (AWA) yesterday commenced daily flight operations to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) Abuja from Accra, Ghana. The AWA aircraft, an Embraer 145, 50 seats capacity, landed at about 12:15pm on Monday in an inaugural flight into commence flight operations connecting Abuja to Accra. The aircraft was treated to the traditional […]

Emirates introduces 6-suite First Class cabin

United Arab Emirates flag carrier, Emirates on Thursday said it would unveil a new First Class cabin which would feature 6 private suites laid out in a 1-1-1 layout, compared to the existing 8 private suites in a 1-2-1 layout on its existing 777 fleet. The new First Class product will be showcased at the […]

Lufthansa introduces direct payment for passengers

Lufthansa has introduced ‘Amadeus Airport Pay’ which enables secure and simple payments at the check-in counter in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. This new service, developed by Amadeus and Ingenico, will subsequently be available at more than 170 airports around the world. The European airline said in a statement that the customers would be able […]

See the Worst Airlines in Nigeria for the Months of January – March 2016

Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has released summary reports of complaints received against international and domestic airlines for the months of January, February and March 2016. Arik Air: Arik tops the chart with 205 flights, 96 delays, three cancelled flights, 27,791 total number of inbound passengers, 33,055 number of outbound passengers, 28 unresolved complaints and compensation. […]

Med-View flags off Lagos-Kaduna flight

Med-view Nigeria Airline has flagged-off its Lagos-Kaduna route to ease stress associated with flying directly to Kaduna from Lagos and vice-versa and promised not to compromise on the safety of its passengers. Engr. Lookman said the airline is scheduled to fly Lagos-Kaduna and Kaduna-Lagos four times in a week– Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays–adding that […]

Trouble Looms for Nigerians Travelling Abroad in 2016

According to people in the aviation industry, year 2016 is going to be scaring for Nigerians travelling abroad. This is because international airlines that operate to different destinations in the country plan to reduce flights to Nigeria from early 2016, Thisday reports. The airlines are aggrieved that they cannot exchange billions of revenue in Naira […]

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