Nigeria’s air connectivity has grown by 26 per cent in the last 10 years, the International Air Transportation has said. IATA in its report titled ‘Air connectivity’ placed the country seventh in the African air connectivity ranking.
Considering the size of its population and economy, the report argued that Nigeria was a significantly underserved country in terms of air connectivity.
It read, “In Africa, during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, air connectivity levels in many countries have been reduced by more than 90 per cent relative to the previous year. Ethiopia is the exception to this trend…
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