One week after the United Arab Emirates (UAE) barred Nigerian travelers from UAE over rising cases of the Omicron COVID-19 virus, the country went some steps further as it added eight more African countries to its travel ban list. Consequently, Emirates will no longer...
Nigeria has again barred Emirates from operating into Lagos, less than one week after both Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) decided to bury the hatchets that led to the return of flights to Nigeria from Dubai. After ten months of inaction on the Nigerian...
Competition on the lucrative United States-Nigeria route is set to have begun as United Airlines November 30 resumed flight services to Lagos. The airline will battle Delta Airlines for a huge market share on the route and may look to expand services to other cities...
As borders re-open, Nigeria is showing tremendous signs of recovery as the country recorded a total of 6,420,820 passengers who traveled through domestic and international airports in Nigeria between January and June this year, representing 50.5 percent over 4,267,...
After more than one year of inactivity, one of Africa’s biggest airlines, South African Airways (SAA) has concluded plans to resume the lucrative Johannesburg-Lagos route. The carrier plans to re-start the service on December 12. This has brought smiles to several...
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