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NIS increases MIDAS equipped counters to 42 at MMIA, gives lock down flight figures

MURTALA Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Command of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) says it now has  42 Migrants Data Analysis (MIDAS) equipment deployed at all the immigration counters for ease in passenger clearance at the airport. MMIA NIS Comptroller Abdullahi Usman, made this known yesterday as he rolled out migration figures through the MMIA during and post COVID-19 lock down …

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Commissioner reels out plans to promote domestic tourism in Lagos

THE Lagos State Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture is set to develop local tourism sites in the state even as it commences work on newly discovered ones as part of efforts to promote domestic tourism and  consumption of the state’s local tourism asset and products and create new channels of tourism market Speaking at a press conference to herald …

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FOB, international partners to erect N250m ‘Brand Nigeria’ packaging factory at MMIA

FREE On Board (FOB) Goods and logistics in partnership with the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) and other international partners have concluded plans to build N250million packaging factory at the Murtala Mohammad Airport Lagos to properly package and brand any goods leaving the nation’s shores. The Chief executive, FOB, Mr. Oluwajimi Adebakin who disclosed this to reporters in an interview …

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Airports Concession: House Committee meet with, hears labour’s reservations

THE House of Representatives Committee on Aviation led by Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has waded into the brewing labour crisis over the planned concession of four international airports across the country by the Federal Ministry of Aviation with promise to critically examine it and ensure that Nigerians are not shortchanged At a meeting with Representatives of the unions at the National …

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NAHCO introduces disinfection services to airlines

NIGERIAN Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Plc in partnership with Multi-Level Innovation Services Ltd/Raven Hygiene has introduced its disinfection service to all its client- airlines, in a bid to continually combat the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic and keep air travelers safe. This move is following the recent successful simulation exercise that ushered in the resumption of flights in Nigeria by the Ministry …

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Air Peace increases daily frequency into Enugu

AIR Peace has announced that it has increased the number of daily flights into Enugu from Lagos with additional flights in the day. A statement by the airline management read,”We are pleased to announce that we have increased the number of flights from Lagos to Enugu starting from September 22, 2020. “Air Peace promises Enugu Passengers seamless flights as we …

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NCAA threatens to revoke airlines’ approval over noncompliance with COVID-19 Protocols

NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has issued a stern warning to all domestic airline operators over what it perceives as noncompliance with COVID-19 protocols stating that continuity in that line will attract severe penalties including revocation of approval. In an All Operators Letter (DG39/20) with reference NCAA/ DG/AIR/11/16/267 dated today September 21, 2020 titled Non-Compliance with COVID-19 Protocols and signed …

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