The National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies on Saturday said it sold tickets worth N360 billion in 2019.
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The National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies on Friday said there had been a 15 per cent to 20 per cent decline in international travels since the outbreak of coronavirus.
The National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies has said it will be hosting nationwide training for IATA and Non-IATA registered travel agencies in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja at no cost.
According to a statement from his office at Finchglow Travels, which is rated to be number three in the country with sales volume of N10 billion annually, the programme aims at sharing the strategies, thoughts and key principles that helped Bernard on an entrepreneurial experience that started 11 years ago, such that today’s young people can also gain momentum
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The Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika, has been very emphatic on how resolute the government of the day is about going through with the process. He has assured us that the facilities would remain properties of the Federal Government and that the institution of infrastructure and service delivery measuring with best international practices, motivated the idea to concession
Emirates, for instance, cancelled its second daily flight to Lagos, merging two flights into one. Some other airlines have reduced the capacity of the aircraft that they bring to Nigeria. Ticket fares took a frightening leap and because of this, thousands of Nigerians who depended on the affordable, safe and ever hospitable services of these airlines would be unable to travel this year