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Former Nigeria Airways employees in Atlanta call for national airline

THE outcry for a national carrier has not yet abated as ex crew of defunct national carrier, Nigeria Airways Atlanta chapter, have stressed the need for government in Nigeria to have a national airline in the country to ease movement.

Speaking at the Xwt aircrew convention 2016, the President of the association, Wola Adegbonmire said having a national carrier will not only transport people from place to place, but will serve as ambassadorial anywhere across the world.

Adegbonmire explained that airlines do not only advertise their countries but create awareness.

According to her, the Xwt aircrew made up of former workers of the Nigeria Airways, crew among others has been duly registered with the aim of creating awareness to the defunct national airline and public charity works.

Xwt aircrew President, Wola Adegbonmire
Xwt aircrew President, Wola Adegbonmire

“This is a lawfully registered nonprofit organization that believe in bringing awareness to the defunct National Airline and public charity works. It is made up of former staff of the now defunct Nigeria Airways. Mostly predominant in this organization are ex cabin crew, cockpit crew and operations staff.  We currently have several chapters in the United States of America, England and Nigeria”

She explained that the organization was deliberating on ideas including ways of developing Nigeria’s aviation sector.

While commending members of the organization, the President recognized the former SAHCOL boss, Dr Olu Owolabi for his various contributions in ensuring the growth of the organization.

“I specially thank the Atlanta X-crew for a wonderful reception and making this convention a unique one. They assured us to just come and

I thank the Patron of this association in place of Mr. Olu Owolabi. He is not only supporting the association financially but in all areas to make us progressive and be in unity”

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