23/09/2016

Nigerian aviation crisis threatens regional hub status

While airlines the world over have benefitted from low fuel prices in recent years, the collapse of global oil prices since 2014 has led to soaring fuel costs, a dollar shortage, and a lack of foreign investment which has crippled several of Nigeria’s airlines and threatened the country’s status as the region’s main aviation hub.

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