Global aviation industry has agreed to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 50% by the year 2050 to save the environment from global warming.Read More
Airline employees who report to work ill are more likely than sick passengers to spread infections such as the H1N1 swine flu virus aboard planes, with low-paid workers posing the greatest danger, a US government expert has said.Read More
Emirates airline has picked up three prestigious accolades at the London and Hong Kong editions of the distinguished Business Traveller Awards, 2009.Read More
Shareholders of public companies in the Nigerian capital market has been blamed for the failure of certain companies to abide by strict corporate governance principle.Read More
Hope seems to have returned for shareholders of Nigerian Wire Industries Plc (NIWIL) as the company has announced a N10.1 million profit in its half year financial statement released to the investing community, last week.Read More
Emirates airline has announced successful pricing of its inaugural US bond offering guaranteed by the Export-Import Bank (Exim bank) of the United States related to a loan facility secured for three new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.Read More
Qatar Airways has introduced a free companion fare in its Business Class Cabin to Dubai and London, with sales leading into Christmas.
This, according to a statement issued by the airline in Lagos, means that a passenger could purchase one ticket and get one free ticket for his or her spouse or partner to travel in business class cabin and receive a five star treat.
THE full weight of major operators in downstream petroleum has been thrown behind the OTL Africa Downstream Conference & Exhibition 2009.Read More
ABUJA – NIGERIA â€™S quest to ensure effective gas utilization received a major boost with the announcement that the gas utilization project at the Ovade-Ogharafe oil field in Delta state has been successfully registered under the United Nations Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) of the Kyoto Protocol.Read More
ABUJA – THE European Union has blamed the Nigerian system for the countryâ€™s inability to generate enough energy to meet local demand as well as help propel industrial and economic growth and development.Read More