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I am a Journalist with a passion for developmental stories and nigerianflightdeck.com was born out of passion for reporting the travel, business and aviation sub-sector. This site is an expression of my ideals and creativity as a reporter and my discretion as a publisher. I am extremely content doing this and I am sure when you read my stories you'd understand that I touch people and that's why

Updated: FAAN withdraws security, fire services to airports over N808 million debt

as Arik diverts Osubi, Gombe flights SECURITY and fire fighting and rescue operations at the Bebi , Gombe, Kebbi Airports has been withdrawn from today, midnight of Sunday, December 9, 2018 over N808,610, 160 million debt owed the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) . Nigerianflightdeck.com investigation shows, Gombe is …

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NATCA charges FG on Runway 18L/36R lighting, abandoned Kaduna Control tower

as association gets new executives NIGERIAN Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has called on the Federal Government to, as a matter of urgency, fix the Runway 18L/36R lighting and the abandoned taxiway B at the Murtala Muhammed Airport Lagos to reduce work load of the pilots and controllers. This is …

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Dana Air wins DAMA’s Best Domestic Airline Award 2018

DANA Air has won the award for Africa’s Best Airline of the year 2018 in the domestic operations category, at the Development in Africa Merits Award held recently at Sheraton Hotels, Lagos. DAMA awards is a yearly conference and awards ceremony organized annually by Delta Business School Limited to recognize …

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Med-view Airline announces relaunch of Yola/Maiduguri routes with B737-800NG aircraft

WITH the return of some of its aircraft from maintenance, Med-View Airline yesterday said it will relaunch the Yola and Maiduguri routes on Tuesday, 18 December, and increase flights on Lagos-Abuja route, using the B737-800 NG aircraft. In a statement by the airline’s Head of Commercial, Mr. Trevor Henry said …

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Tony Elumelu fetes with, provides tips for young professionals

Chairman UBA, Tony Elumelu recently had a chat intended to inspire and motivate young hires to attain full success in their endeavors’. He did this by taking them through his own personal journey. His words: Still in a great mood from the UBA Red Tv rave over the weekend, I …

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Photo Reel: FAAN silently changing the narratives at major airports

OTHER than delivering on the Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA) terminal, there have been silent infrastructural upgrades that may or may not have hit the media over the last couple of months. Funny enough, some of these improvements are some things passengers have always desired and have always called for. …

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Osinbajo hails Air Peace, FEHN over fight against gender-based violence

VICE PRESIDENT Yemi Osinbajo has commended West Africa’s leading carrier, Air Peace and its sister organisation, The Foundation for Ethnic Harmony in Nigeria (FEHN) for their commitment to efforts to stamp out gender-based violence in the country. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the National Conference on Sexual and Gender …

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Updated: Fire guts Forte Oil Station at Lagos Airport cause heavy traffic

TRAFFIC became unbearable earlier today as fire engulfed one of the service stations of Forte Oil at the Murtala Muhammed Airport Lagos, causing untold hardship to car owners and commuters.   As at the time of posting this report, Nigerianflightdeck.com could not ascertain the cause of the fire but could …

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ICAO inaugurates FAAN ASTC, signs MoU on aviation security with British government

INTERNATIONAL Civil Aviation Organization ( ICAO) has handed a Certificate of a Recognition to the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria ( FAAN) designating its training school an ICAO Aviation Security Training Centre ( ASTC). This is just as the airports manager has signed a memorandum of understanding with the British …

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AIB pinpoints cause of São Tomé accident, makes 9 safety recommendations

ACCIDENT Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB) has submitted the final report of the accident involving Cavok Airlines CVK 7087 AN-74TK-100 Aircraft Registered Ur-CKC and has made nine safety recommendations on the accident which occurred at Sao Tome International Airport, Sao Tome on 29th July, 2017. This is just as the bureau …

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