This week has shown interesting developments in a wide range of sectors in Nigeria - Hospitality, Real Estate, Agribusiness, Banking, Automotive, Oil and Gas and as always, ICT remains a busy sector.
Initial conflicting figures notwithstanding, the harmonised data of the aviation industry has shown a positive outlook for air travel business, with marginal growth across the board in 2017.
Air Namibia is gearing up to launch the Windhoek-Lagos-Accra route, commencing on 29 June 2018.
Arik Air will from March 17, 2018 move all its Port Harcourt flights to Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal 2 (MMA2) Lagos.
Arik Air, Nigeria’ s largest carrier is resuming its Garden City Express which enables customers to fly direct to the heart of Port Harcourt City from MMA2 terminal in Lagos.
Etihad Airways today reaffirmed its commitment to Nigeria with the announcement of two additional weekly flights on the popular Abu Dhabi–Lagos route, taking it to a daily service.
AJW Group has partnered with partnership Aero Contractors, in a deal that has seen the Nigerian airline become the first carrier to conduct an aircraft C-Check in West & Central Africa.
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority in conjunction with the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency has lowered minimum visibility for takeoff and landing of flights for 18 airports which have improved navigational aid.
Arik Air, Nigeria’s largest carrier is increasing its capacity ahead of Christmas and New Year celebrations to enable customers celebrate the festive season with family and friends.
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has certified the nation's busiest airport, Murtala Muahmmed International Airport, for meeting global safety and security standards as prescribed by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).