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COVID-19: Heritage Bank adopts business continuity mgt. strategy to meet customers’ needs

HERITAGE Bank Plc has disclosed explained that the bank has adapted to the changing environment swiftly to offer more seamless services that is usable and accessible without interruption as part of plans to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. MD/CEO of Heritage Bank, Ifie Sekibo in his message to customers, emphasized …

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Covid-19: Dana Air to keep middle seats empty upon resumption 

UPON resumption of flight operations Dana Air has announced that it will keep the middle seats on its entire aircraft empty In line with the social distancing guideline on Covid-19. The Accountable Manager of Dana Air, Obi Mbanuzuo, said Dana Air will commence this initiative when flights resume, maintain it …

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Business and humanitarian services drives me, not politics- Air Peace Chairman

CHAIRMAN and CEO of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema has repudiated  his endorsement for presidency  by a group online stating that he is not interested in politics and insisting that he is a businessman and does not have any political ambition as being pushed online. Onyema made this known on …

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COVID-19: South African Airways to fire all 4,700 staff as airline nears collapse

AMIDST the COVID-19 pandemic, South African Airways has concluded plans to lay off its entire 4,700- workforce by April ending after failing to persuade the government to provide more financial help. This is as the 86-year-old state-owned airline is set to start selling its assets to pay off creditors. SAA …

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Air Peace reaches out with food palliatives to less privileged in Makoko, Ajegunle in Lagos

AIR PEACE, on Friday, engaged in a laudable corporate social responsibility outreach as it distributed food items to several indigent families in different areas in Sabo Makoko in Yaba and Ajegunle areas of Lagos The airline’s officials they gave out edibles, includes bags of rice, cartons of noodles and loaves …

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COVID-19: AON says domestic airlines currently losing N360b, calls for urgent govt palliatives

AIRLINE Operators of Nigeria (AON) today urged the Federal Government to consider urgent stimulus grants or palliatives for domestic airlines to cushion its N360billion losses as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage having grounded no fewer than 120 aircraft in the last four weeks. The AON in a statement signed …

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COVID-19: NAHCO donates PPEs, hand sanitizers to LASG to fight pandemic

NIGERIAN Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) has donated various medical items including 100 pieces of Overall Protective (Personal Protective Equipment) 1,500 pieces of hand sanitisers, 43 packs of masks to the Lagos State Government, which would aid the fight against the ravaging Covid-19 virus pandemic. The company which lamented negative impact …

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COVID-19: Sirika receives medical equipment from United Nations

MINISTER of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika yesterday took delivery of various medical equipment donated by the United Nations to aid the Federal government of Nigeria’s efforts at combating the coronavirus scourge in the country. An online statement by Director, Public Affairs of the Ministry of Aviation, James Odaudu said the …

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COVID-19: Aligbe canvasses intervention funds for all spectrum of aviation business

CHIEF Executive Officer of Belujane Konzult, Mr. Chris Aligbe is canvassing an intervention fund for the entire gamut of the industry; the aviation agencies, the airlines, the handling companies and other aviation allied support service providers if they are to survive the impact of COVID-19 pandemic. Aligbe who spoke to …

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Air Peace says 17-member crew to China is in Lagos state quarantine facility

AIR PEACE management has explained that its 17-member crew to and from Beijing, China is  in the quarantine facility provided by the Lagos state government denouncing a report indicating that its flight crew has absconded The airline which completed its flight that airlifted medical supplies and Chinese medical personnel, operated …

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