Aviation: How and Why 4 Foreign Airlines stopped flights to Nigeria

Low value of the local currency, unfavourable forex policy, aviation fuel scarcity and high cost of fuel, and poor infrastructure have kept international carriers under pressure and forcing them to leave the juicy Nigerian market, writes Chinedu Eze In a normal operational situation where there is no security threat, no diplomatic imbroglio and there is no war, foreign airlines cannot […]

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Aviation in Africa: Has The forex crisis driven United Airlines out of Nigeria?

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… as British Airways re-evaluate Nigerian route United Airlines, one of the US carriers flying to Nigeria has hinted its customers in the country that it will soon cease flight operations to the country from the 30th of June 2016. The airlines said the last flight from Houston to Lagos will operate on June 29th, 2016 and Lagos to Houston […]

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Nigerian Travel Agents protest as Spanish Embassy rejects visa applications for Skal meeting

By Ajibola Amzat THE National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) has criticized the Spanish Embassy over its “racist” treatment of Nigerians who seek to travel to Spain. In an -mail sent to The Guardian recently, NANTA accused the Spanish Embassy of collecting visa fees from Nigerians without refunding such fees when the applications are rejected, describing such practice as […]

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