Nigeria settles backlog of forex demand for airlines, fuel
The central bank of Nigeria sold an undisclosed amount of dollars today to settle a backlog of foreign exchange demand for airlines, fuel and raw material imports.
Why Middle East airlines may see tough times ahead
Frost & Sullivan Director of Aerospace Diogenis Papiomytis discusses his outlook for Middle Eastern airlines.
Federal judge temporarily lifts Trump’s travel ban
Airlines began allowing passengers from seven majority-Muslim countries to board flights for the US, after a federal judge in Seattle, Washington, temporarily blocked the administration’s executive action on travellers and refugees issued last week.