Nigeria is unnecessarily stigmatised — Onyema


The high premium the Nigerian airlines pay on their aircraft which has been hitting deeply into the operational costs again formed a major discussion at the just concluded seventh Aviation Africa Summit and Exhibition in Abuja.

Speaking the minds of the domestic airline operators in Nigeria, chairman of Air Peace, Mr Allen Onyema, lamented how, despite the highest safety records implemented in the country’s aviation sector, the indigenous airlines are still subjected to paying the highest insurance premium globally.

According to the Vice President of Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON); “Insurance premium we pay on one aircraft is what the legacy airlines of this world pay on four…

Source: Nigerian Tribune