Domestic airlines operating in Nigeria recorded 30,214 cases of delayed flights between January and December 2017, according to figures released by the Consumer Protection Department of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
A document issued by the department and obtained by newsmen on Wednesday in Lagos shows that 48,319 flights were operated by eight airlines during the period under review.
According to the document, 872 flights were cancelled for various reasons by the airlines.
It said the airlines in operation were Aero Contractors, Arik Air, Air Peace, Azman Air, Dana Air, First Nation, Med-View and Overland.
The document said Air Peace, which operated 14,312 flights, topped the chart of delayed flights with 8,336 and only 149 cancelled flights.
It added that Arik Air followed with 6,709 delayed flights and 498 cancellations, out of its 10,840 flight…
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