Nigerian route value is estimated to be worth over $400 billion and one that stands to be frittered away with multiple landing slots allocated to foreign carriers.
This has, however, pitched the carriers against the domestic airlines as airline operators under the aegis of Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) have rejected the Federal Government’s benevolence of ‘dashing’ foreign carriers multiple landing slots, saying the idea a great economic implication for Nigeria as a country.
Chairman, Air Peace Airlines, Mr. Allen Onyema, who represented the AON at the 1st Quarter Aviation Safety Round Table Initiative (ASRTI) Business Breakfast Meeting held in Lagos On Thursday said: “Nigerian carriers believe that Nigeria’s aviation market is worth $400 billion; that is the worth of Nigerian route value…
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