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...
Five years after exiting the lucrative Houston-Lagos route, United Airlines has set plans to operate the first-ever nonstop flight between Washington, D.C., and Lagos and offer more flights between D.C. and Africa than any other US carrier. The airline announced today...
After months of uncertainty over whether or not one of Nigeria’s, and perhaps African, airlines that promises so much would end up on paper, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) today granted start-up Green Africa Air Operators Certificate (AOC). This clears...
The COVID-19 pandemic which has affected air travel continues unabated as many countries are still counting their losses. For Nigeria, statistics from the International Airline Transport Association (IATA) reveal that COVID-19 economic impact on Nigeria led to a...
Start-up airline, Green Africa concluded its plans for scheduled flight operations. The carrier also ready for ticket sales via its website – greenafrica.com following pre-sales approvals from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Commercial flights to...
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