Category archives for: Aviation

Is Flying Bad For the Planet?

Flying is indeed bad for the planet because it contributes to global warming, pollution, and leaves a huge carbon footprint. Airplanes run on kerosene fuel, which when combusted, releases large amount of carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere.

First Nation MD Remanded Over Theft, Forgery

Lagos, Nigeria, March 16, 2018// – Justice Mojisola Dada of an Ikeja Special Offences Court on Friday ordered the remand of Kayode Odukoya, Managing Director of First Nation Airlines in the custody of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), over alleged theft of N1.7 billion.

Pilot Demand Gives Aviation Industry Wings

March 15, 2018//-Forecasts by aviation giant Boeing that the industry will need 637,000 new pilots by 2036 mean that companies offering training or providing training equipment will have their work cut out. Jacopo Dettoni looks at how they intend to meet this demand. 

Ghana: KIA Gets its Third Passenger Terminal

Accra, March 15, 2018//-Kotoka International Airport’s ambitious Terminal 3 is now ready for use. Its completion is as much a tribute to continuity after a change of political administration as it is the result of the vision of Ghana Airports Company itself, reports TOMA IMIRHE.

Demand for Travel Security Advice Hits Record High

Johannesburg, South Africa, March 15, 2018// – As global business travel continues to increase at a rapid pace, International SOS and Control Risks, the alliance that brings together two of the world’s leading medical and security specialists, today revealed insight into the importance of travel security support to the business travelers.

India’s National Carrier To Operate All-Women Flights On Women’s Day

March 7, 2018//-India’s national carrier Air India will operate a number of all-women crew flights to mark the International Women’s Day which falls on March 8, according to a statement.

Super Travel Launches Online Platform

March 5, 2018//-Super International Travel Limited, one of the major travel agency in Nigeria over the weekend launched its online platform, which would further enhance connectivity in the tourism and travel industry.

Belgium Port Deepens Cooperation with Coast of West Africa

Antwerp, Belgium, March 2, 2018/ — Antwerp and Dakar port authorities are to collaborate more closely in the next few years, following an MoU.

Ghana Making Efforts to Attract Investors into its Domestic Airline Industry, But Will it Succeed?

Accra, February 26, 2018//-Ghana is making great efforts to attract new airlines into its domestic airline industry following the recent collapsed of Starbow  airline leaving only Africa World Airline to operate .

Dana Air Crash: Nigerians Call for Transparent, Responsive Action

February 22, 2018//-Nigeria’s Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has urged authorities carrying out investigations into the Dana Airline that overshot the runway to be transparent and responsive.

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