Asia outlook remains relatively bright despite challenges - AAPA

The outlook for the Asian market remains relatively bright for 2013 despite a recent slowdown in traffic growth, challenging conditions in the cargo sector, stubbornly high oil prices and continued economic weakness in Europe. While it is unlikely the peak of 2010 will be reached anytime soon, Asia remains a dynamic and generally profitable high growth market that outperforms all other regions.

Med-View buoys aviation industry –– Stakeholders

At a time when domestic airlines operating in the country are faced with the problem of inadequate capacity to meet passengers’ demand which among other challenges in the industry has increased air fares stakeholders in the aviation industry in Nigeria say the launch of domestic operations by Medview Airline will bring a big relief to passengers and the entire industry who had hitherto suffered from the double impacts of shortage of aircraft and airlines.

Change has come to aviation

Princess Stella OduahSince assuming duties as Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah has left no one in doubt that she is on a mission.

An industry in distress (II): Aberration in the aviation ministry

The Ministry of Aviation and its officials have been beating their chests over the country's attainment of FAA Category one Safety Status in the past 16 months if not more.

NAMA strives for greater heights

Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)  is evolving a plan to deploy  ADS-B for low-level flights in the Gulf of Guinea.

Delta rolls out product enhancement for Nigerian Business Elite customers

Delta Air Lines has introduced full flat-bed seats in its BusinessElite cabin onboard its daily service between Lagos and Atlanta. Delta will also begin offering in-flight Internet service on its flights from Nigeria to the United States in early 2013. The changes form part of Delta’s ongoing plan to invest more than $3 billion in enhanced global products, services and airport facilities.