Delta Air Lines, the longest-serving US airline to Africa, has announced that it would resume its nonstop service between Lagos and New York-JFK in December, thus restoring the popular route for the festive season. Delta said it would operate nonstop flights between Murtala Muhammed International Airport and New York’s John F.
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Air Peace 777-300 aircraft captured on take off on a local flight Nigerian major airliner, Air Peace, has announced that the resumption of its flights from Lagos, Nigeria to Johannesburg, South Africa, will take place on October 17, 2021. The spokesperson of the airline, Stanley Olisa, who disclosed this to journalists, stated
Uber BRUSSELS, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER.N) joined a protest of its drivers in Brussels on Thursday with an unprecedented suspension of its service in the Belgian capital. Rules dating back to 1995 prohibit drivers from using smartphones, meaning those that use the Uber app to pick up customers and to
Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos Nigeria's civil aviation regulator said the claim in some sections of the media that the federal government directed that intending passengers without COVID-19 vaccination will not be allowed to board flights out of the country is not true. The General Manager, Public Affairs, Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority
Vehicles queuing for petrol during a period of scarcity Petrol usage jumped from 57.44 million litres in November to 72.72m in DecIndependent marketers berate security agencies, say fuel trucks not needle Petrol supply by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation hit a high of 72.72 million litres daily in December amid the smuggling
A federal road in Nigeria The government of Nigeria on Tuesday issued a notice for the commencement of the procurement process for the 12 federal highways mapped for concession under the Highway Development Management Initiative. Nigeria's Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, issued the notice in Abuja and unveiled the portal