How does one decide which airlines are the world’s worst? Poor safety or regulatory standards will be the most important factor for many people, and there are currently more than 100 airlines – most of which you probably haven’t heard of – banned from
The National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE), National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), have asked their members and other aviation workers to embark on a joint strike
Many have always asked: why is it difficult or almost impossible for economic principles that work in other places to work or be applicable in Nigeria? Once prices of goods or services go up, they never come down. Market forces hardly apply or are not allowed to apply.
Nigerian carrier Arik Air is adjusting operations in West Africa, which will commence in late-February 2016 and mid-March 2016. Planned changes are as below: Dakar effective 22FEB16 Lagos – Abidjan – Dakar 4 weekly service, replacing 3 weekly Lagos – Banjul
Nigerian carrier Arik Air starting yesterday (13DEC15) will increase operations on Lagos – Accra – Monrovia route, where it’ll place a 4th weekly frequency, on board Boeing 737 aircraft. Planned schedule as follow: W3302 LOS0720 – 0720ACC0805
Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) formally signed an agreement with the operators of Murtala Muhammed Airport 2 – Bi-Courtney Aviation Services (BASL), permitting the company to handle international flights from the airport. The agreement is still
Arik Air has launched a frequent flyer programme, aligning its offering with the industry’s foremost airlines in the process. Arik Affinity Wings is packed full of benefits designed to reward guests for their loyalty by giving them the opportunity to earn miles on