[New Zimbabwe] Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo has bowed down to pressure by legislators to disburse their sitting allowances and allocations going towards their Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
[New Zimbabwe] Troubled national carrier, Air Zimbabwe is set to dump its discredited name and further acquire new planes in a fresh government attempt to change the fortunes of the parastatal.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -The first flight of Lagos State intending pilgrims from Nigeria to Saudi Arabia would take off on Saturday.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Airlines will resume operations today, one day ahead of the deadline, after completion of repair works on the runway of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja.
[This Day] Airlines that operate international destinations from Nigeria made over N302 billion ($15 billion) from ticket sales in 2015.
THE warning shot across South Africa’s bows could not have been clearer.
[Daily Trust]Twenty-year-old Favour Nnaemeka Odozor was penultimate Saturday in South Africa, awarded license as a commercial pilot, making him the youngest in South Africa and Nigeria commercial pilot. He speaks on his journey to becoming a pilot and what next.
[Daily Observer]The minister of Tourism and Culture has described the one-day promotional tour of The Gambia by Corendon Airline, which is due to commence operations in the country next month, as ‘a dream come true’.
[New Times]It was at around 2:25 pm as the Africa’s first Boeing 787 Dreamliner touched down at Kigali International Airport with passengers’ optimistic that flying will be made easier and affordable .
[Daily Trust] Abuja and Lagos – The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) said in Lagos yesterday that the operating license of Dana Airline, owners of the ill-fated aircraft that crashed in Lagos on Sunday has not been withdrawn as widely reported.