Domestic airlines operating in Nigeria recorded 16,429 cases of delayed flights between January and June 2019 according to figures released by the Consumer Protection Department of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.
Tunji Oketunbi, General Manager, Public Affairs, AIB, confirmed the development on Wednesday in Lagos
Domestic airlines operating in Nigeria recorded 7,926 cases of delayed flights between January and March 2019.
Statistics released by the Consumer Protection Department of the NCAA shows that 14,633 flights were operated by eight airlines during the period under review, while 208 flights were cancelled for various reasons.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the affected routes were the Abuja and Lagos-bound flights mainly operated by Azman, Arik and Med-View.
The information was contained in a report released by the Consumer Protection Unit of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority in Ikeja, Lagos State on Wednesday
The President of the Airline Operators of Nigeria, Captain Noggie Meggisson, said there was the need to create a more conducive environment for domestic airlines to thrive
The document indicated that 13,097 flights were operated by eight domestic airlines during the period under review, while 253 flights were cancelled
Created by IATA in 2003, IOSA uses internationally recognised quality audit principles and is designed to conduct audits in a standardised and consistent manner.
A document issued by the department and obtained on Thursday by the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos shows that 30,100 flights were operated by eight airlines during the period under review
The 767-300ER aircraft, christened ‘Abeke’, took off from the Murtala Muhammad International Airport, Lagos en-route Gatwick Airport in London
Chikeluba, unemployed, whose address was not provided, is facing a two-count charge of unlawful entry and attempted suicide
BASL said the airline is joining others, who have been enjoying its ultra-modern facilities in the last five years, and assured the management of Med-View of its support to ensure hitch-free operations from MMA2, adding that such facilities would be extended to the airline