Nigeria Fines Two British Airlines US$ 235m
Nigerian civil aviation authority has fined two British airlines up to US$ 235 million in a dispute over ticket prices.
The two airlines affected are British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
According to reports, Nigeria's authorities have argued that British Arways and Virgin Atlantic charged more for routes to Nigeria, than to neighbouring Ghana, and that they colluded over fares.
The head of the authrity, Harold Demuren said that BA would be fined US$ 135 million, while Virgin Atlantic will have to pay of US$ 100 million.
Meanwhile, both BA and Virgin Atlantic are said to have denied the allegations.Tweet