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    Business Nigeria loses N30 billion monthly to international airspace closure – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business IATA: Airlines’ losses may exceed $84b – The Nation News
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    Business Airlines, workers rally governments to save 25 million aviation jobs – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business ‘COVID-19 plunges airlines into biggest crisis ever’ – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Business Airlines make gains as traffic surges by 3.8 per cent – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Airlines have recorded a marginal rise in gains as passenger traffic surged by 3.8 per cent in August. The International Air Transport Association (IATA), in the global passenger traffic data for August 2019 released yesterday, showed that demand climbed 3.8 … Read more via The Guardian...
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    Business IATA: African Airspace Still a Danger Zone – Thisdaylive

    Despite improvement in the safety of air transport in Africa, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) yesterday ranked the continent low compared to other regions of the world, thereby stoking global concern in aviation industry. The IATA, trade association for the … Read more...
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    Nigeria clears $600m belonging to international airlines, says IATA – Punch Newspapers

    The International Air Transport Association on Tuesday said Nigeria has repatriated the $600 million, belonging to international airlines that was trapped in the country due to foreign exchange shortages. The Director-General of IATA, Mr Alexandre de Juniac, on its website gave the credence at...
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    Business Nigerian Govt Threatened by Int'l Aviation Body Over Money Issue With Foreign Airlines

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on countries with tight currency exchange rate controls (countries like Nigeria) to release $5 billion worth of local ticket sales revenues owed to foreign airlines, or risk losing their services. The association said airline...