The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Friday said that it would close the Benin Airport to flight operations from June 20 to July 10 to facilitate rehabilitation work on its runway. This is contained in a statement issued in Lagos by Mr Onyekwere Nnaekpe,
Nigerian aviation minister Osita Chidoka has revealed plans to invest upward of $2 billion in the creation of a national airline for the country. In an interview with Bloomberg TV Africa Chidoka explained talks had begun with private investors to create the airline and boost
Marriott International, Africa’s largest hotel company following its strategic acquisition of Protea Hotel Group, continues to gather momentum with a packed schedule of 30 property openings across the continent by 2020. Nine of these will open by end of 2015.
African airlines reports 4% rise in capacity (seats) in May-2014: AFRAA – African Airlines Association (AFRAA) reports (30-May-2014) the following capacity* data from Africa to other regions in May-2014: Seats: African airlines: 9.4 million, +4.1% year-on-year; Intra