Nigeria’s air space to be dominated by foreign airlines as bilateral air service agreement rise to 92

NIGERIA – The Bilateral Air Service Agreements (BASA) between Nigeria and other countries around the world have risen to 92 even as some state governments continue to mount pressure on the Federal Government to bring in foreign airlines into their states. Information obtained from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority in October this year showed that the air agreement recently signed between the Federal Government and the Republic of India had brought the number to 92. The Federal Government last year also signed air agreements with Algeria, Congo, China, Qatar and…

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