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Perceived disharmony among agencies, hurting aviation- Captain Egonu

"We don’t know is whether we should report tire burst to AIB. The thing is first it’s a minor thing unfortunately it has happened and we just changed the tires but the thing is AIB is trying to create a grey area where what is the definition of serious incident or accident. I went through their books and there's nothing here that talks about hard landing, so how do we define what is hard landing and what is reportable.

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How new enhanced passport will work for Nigerians, curb data fraud, other vices

"In the standard passport, data page was in the cover, once it was in the cover people used to remove the laminate and forge but this is difficult because it's poly-carbonate, secondly the cover is very weak before, if you check the texture of the cover, you find out that they are different. Even the writing is laser. This passport can stay longer time for the period of 10 years without.

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FAAN steps up surveillance on bag tagging at nations’ airports

BAGGAGE  taggers across the nations airports  will face dire consequences, as the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has increased surveillance and is monitoring workers around the airport The Airports managers are disturbed due to the recent rise of the bag tagging  trend and  has a set up a task …

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Turkish Airlines commences Port Harcourt to Istanbul route

TURKISH Airlines  today added Port Harcourt, an important city in Nigeria, to its flight network as the global carrier’s 56th destination in Africa. The Turkish Flag carrier will operate four weekly reciprocal flights between Istanbul and Port Harcourt.Already flying to Lagos, Kano and Abuja in Nigeria, Turkish Airlines added Port …

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Human Capacity Development: Bristow commits N250m to train staff

invests another N100m to train 20 Nigerians at NCAT BRISTOW Helicopters (Nigeria) Limited has once again taken a significant step towards its ongoing initiatives and commitment to training and human capacity development in the Nigerian aviation industry, revealing that it has committed well over N250million to the training of its …

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New Passports: CG Babandede tells criminals to expect tougher security

Commissions eight projects at Ikoyi Passport office NIGERIANS with duplicitous intentions will now find it extremely difficult to obtain the new 10 year validity passport with the over 21 security features installed within the new document, according to the Nigerian Immigration Service ( NIS). This is just as the Service …

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Port Harcourt Airport reopened for operations

FOLLOWING yesterday’s Runway skidding incident involving an Air Peace flight with registration number 5N BRN, flying from Abuja to Port Harcourt, the Port Harcourt International Airport runway has been cleared and the airport is now reopened for normal flight operations. The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has issued a Notice …

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Capt Abdulsalami to moderate LAAC Conference Panel as agencies’ CEOs serve as discussants

CONFERENCE Committee of the League of Airports and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC) has selected the entire aviation agency Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) to form the panel of discussants at its forthcoming conference with Rector of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria, Capt. Abdulsalami Muhammed as moderator. The 23rd annual …

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5th Accra Weizo 2019 Tourism Fair: Over 70 foreign delegates confirm attendance

OVER 70 foreign delegates from Nigeria, Uganda, South Africa, Benin and Togo will Join Travel and Tourism players from Ghana at the 5th Accra Weizo 2019, the West Africa Tourism and Travel fair. The Accra Weizo which organized in partnership with the Ghana Tourism Authority, GTA, will take place at …

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Air Peace flight skids off runway in Port Harcourt

AN Air peace Flight P47291 with Registration marks 5N-BRN while landing at Port Harcourt from Abuja this afternoon skidded off the runway at the Port Harcourt domestic Airport wing, during a torrential rain fall. The aircraft, according to sources, had onboard 87 and 6 crew members and all onboard were …

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