A private airline based in Khartoum, Sudan, Badr Airlines, started a new scheduled flight service to Addis Ababa.
It is a big surprise that already without even launching its Tourism Masterplan Lagos has become the big Summer 2018 destination of choice by British Travellers.
Rwanda national carrier, Rwand Air at the weekend flagged off its Abuja/ Kigali flights offering passengers from Nigeria’s political capital opportunity to connect to its global route network.
As Nigerian asylum seekers flood into Canada across a ditch in Upstate New York, Canadian authorities are asking the United States for help — but not with managing the influx at the border.
Arik Air, Nigeria’s leading carrier is spreading its wings to Bauchi with the launch of flight services to the City from May 9, 2018.
In a strategic move to simplify aircraft acquisition by local carriers in Nigeria and other African countries, the African Import-Export Bank (Afreximbank) and the Russian Export Center (REC) have entered into a pact to bring Russian aircraft to Nigeria.
Tourists could be saved from over-zealous touts at Egypt’s most popular archaeological sites after the country’s government approved a new fine of to 10,000 Egyptian pounds (£406) for those caught overstepping the line.
Nigeria’s army is planning a makeover for the Sambisa Forest, from being the den of Boko Haram terrorists into a tourist destination. Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, announced the plan on Wednesday.
How truly sincere and dedicated we are to the desire to see tourism boom and grow in Nigeria will need another summit to expose our failings. For two and half decades of reporting this beat, one finds it very embarrassing that our talks have never in any way matched the desired platforms needed to transform this sector neither were there any progressive templates for tourism destinations in Nigeria.
The Artefacts Rescuers Association of Nigeria ( ARAN), has elected new officers during its 3rd annual general meeting in Abuja, that will run the affairs of the association in the next three years.
One of the candidates who contested for the position of president, Chief Hyacinth Odu, willingly stepped down for Mr. Obalosa Bamidele Louis to be elected unopposed. He was unanimously voted in as president by members and Board of trustees while Chief Hyacinth Odu was immediately appointed as member Board of Trustees.