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Air Peace apologies to passengers over flight disruptions

Air Peace apologies to passengers over flight disruptions

Air Peace has apologized to its customers over the disruption of their flights on different routes on Friday. A statement issued by the airline’s Corporate Communications Manager, Mr Chris Iwarah said some of the carrier’s scheduled flights were disrupted due to a depressurization challenge on its Lagos-Enugu flight. Iwarah said this compelled the airline toRead More …

BEDC dispels licence withdrawal rumour

BEDC dispels licence withdrawal rumour

BEDC refutes fictitious information on license withdrawal message by EDOSCO Management of BEDC Electricity PLC (BEDC), has dispelled rumors by some Civil Societies Organization that its operating licence has been withdrawn. It urged its customers to disregard comments by the Civil Society groups asking them not to pay electricity bills based on the license withdrawal. A pressRead More …

Nigeria owes IOCs $5.1bn, says NNPC

Nigeria owes IOCs $5.1bn, says NNPC

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) on Thursday told the Senate that the country’s debt to International Oil Companies stood at $5.1 billion. The NNPC said that the $5.1 billion debt was accumulated from the Joint Venture Cash Call (JVC) business arrangement the country has with IOCs on oil exploration. The corporation also denied allegationRead More …

FRSC urges airports limousine drivers to be good ambassadors

FRSC urges airports limousine drivers to be good ambassadors

The Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) has charge members of the Airports Car Hire Association of Nigeria (ACHAN) to be good ambassadors of Nigeria as they convey incoming passengers visiting the country during the yuletide to different locations across Nigeria. The FRSC urged the limousine operators to desist from acts capable of smearing the country’sRead More …

NUATE embarks on protest over condition of service

NUATE embarks on protest over condition of service

The National Union of Air Transport Employees Unions (NUATE )  is embarking on a nationwide protest over the delay in the release of the conditions of service in all aviation agencies by the National Salaries, Income and Wages Commission. According to a circular to  aviation workers, the decision to embark on the protest was reachedRead More …

Air Peace to expand operations to MMA2

Air Peace to expand operations to MMA2

Air Peace said on Thursday that it will move part of its flight operations to the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal  (MMA2), Lagos effective  January 2, 2019 to position itself for better service to its passengers.. The airline, which has its main hub at the General Aviation Terminal (GAT) of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, saidRead More …

NASCON unveils Dangote classic seasoning cubes, curry

NASCON unveils Dangote classic seasoning cubes, curry

NASCON Allied Plc, a subsidiary of the Dangote Industries Limited , on Thursday introduced a new classic seasoning cube which consumers have described as tasty and flavorful , with a unique taste and aroma. Executive Director, Commercial NASCON Allied Plc Hajiya Fatima Aliko Dangote described the new classic seasoning as a new innovation birthed afterRead More …

NaijaLottery introduces block chain lottery

NaijaLottery introduces block chain lottery

International Lottery and Gaming Limited (ILGL), trade-named NaijaLottery, has signed contracts to introduce Quanta, the world’s first licensed block chain lottery, as its  new investor,  Charbel Saadeh, Managing Director of Naija Lottery has said. According to Saadeh, the partnership concluded the world’s first deal to see an important synergy of traditional and block chain lottery.Read More …

Ethiopian Airline offers 25 per cent discount for flights from Lagos in 2019

Ethiopian Airline offers 25 per cent discount for flights from Lagos in 2019

Ethiopian Airlines said Wednesday that it is offering 25 percent discount on fares to selected destinations from Lagos to all it travel partners. The offer, the carrier said is one of the ways of appreciating its esteemed customers and in celebration of the yuletide season, According to the airline, sales of the discounted fares hadRead More …

IATA forecast $300m loss for African carriers in 2019

IATA forecast $300m loss for African carriers in 2019

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has forecast bleak outing  for Nigeria and African airlines in 2019  affirming that the  continent’s carriers are expected to report a $300 million net loss . The projected loss is a slight improvement of $400 million net loss recorded in 2018. Director-General of IATA, Alexandre de Juniac made theRead More …

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