Nigeria Begins Unfreezing Airline Funds

Emirates passengers queue at Lagos Airport.
Credit: Reuters/Temilade Adelaj/Alamy Stock Photo
News that Nigeria has begun paying back funds owed to foreign airlines has been cautiously welcomed by IATA. By July, the West African country owed foreign carriers $464 million from tickets paid for in Nigeria but not remitted to the airlines. The blockage is understood to have been caused by a...

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