Nigeria reopens extra airports for worldwide flights
17.11.2020 – 06:30 UTC
The Nigerian authorities is to reopen Kano and Port Harcourt Omagwa for worldwide flights to alleviate congestion at Lagos and Abuja, which already reopened to international visitors in September.
Nigerian media reviews this was disclosed by Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Director-Normal Musa Nuhu whereas briefing a every day presidential taskforce assembly on COVID-19 in Abuja on November 12, 2020. Nuhu didn’t point out a date for the re-opening. He stated Nigeria’s Coalition In opposition to COVID-19 (CACOVID) was working to resolve 24-hour port well being preparations on the two airports. As soon as this was finalised, each Kano and Port Harcourt would resume worldwide operations.
Nigeria has been re-opening its airports in phases, beginning in July and August with home operations, adopted by worldwide flights from Lagos and Abuja on September 5, 2020.
In line with the ch-aviation schedules module, Badr Airways (J4, Khartoum) and Mid Africa Aviation (MFG, Banjul) used to codeshare (flight J4 650) between Khartoum and Kano twice-weekly, though Mid Africa Aviation’s Air Operators Certification has reportedly expired….
Sale of Georgia’s Myway Airways in progress – report
04.11.2020 – 14:49 UTC
MyWay Airways (MJ, Tbilisi) proprietor Georgian Huashun Worldwide Industrial Funding Group is within the means of promoting a 100% stake within the scheduled passenger provider to Plus Aviation Funding, Enterprise Media Georgia reported. The events have reportedly signed a share buy settlement, with the quantity of the deal set at USD1.95 million.
Plus Aviation Funding was registered in August 2020, in line with registry paperwork seen by Enterprise Media Georgia. Chinese language citizen Chengliang Liu owns a 49% stake on this new firm, with 40% owned by Simon Jambazishvili, MyWay Airways’ chief working officer, and the remaining 11% by Rati Bakuradze, its chief government.
MyWay Airways is already Chinese language-backed, as Urumqi-based Hualing Group owns Georgian Huashun Worldwide Industrial Funding Group, a Kutaisi-based funding firm additionally engaged in tourism, inns, and furnishings buying and selling.
Nevertheless, Caucasus Enterprise Week reported on October 8 that Georgia’s Public Registry had rejected the acquisition settlement citing a scarcity of documentation on the quantity it was to be bought for. The registry gave the events 30 days to right the supplies.