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UPU urges FG to site gas flare trust fund headquarters in Urhoboland

THE Urhobo Progress Union, (UPU), has called on the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to site the national headquarters of the Gas Flare Trust Fund in Urhoboland. The group made this call in a letter dated 12th August 2020, signed by Olorogun Moses Taiga, its President-General, and channeled through the office of Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation. …

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AIB, NCAA set up 11-man committee to ensure safety recommendations are implemented

To consider clarification of what ‘serious incidents’ entail ACCIDENT Investigation Bureau (AIB) and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) are both set to take air safety to the next level with an inter-agency mix of professionals who would review safety recommendations issued on accidents, serious incidents and continuous operation of the State Safety Programmes (SSP) and ensure that the recommendations …

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Delta, CVS Health partner to accelerate employee COVID-19 testing

DELTA AIR LINES is partnering with CVS Health to accelerate employee COVID-19 testing with a rapid-response option for flight crews, a move that will build confidence about traveling with Delta among our people and customers alike. The CVS Health Return Ready SM testing will be overseen by a CVS Health clinician at Delta hub crew lounges and takes fewer than …

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FOB Global, NEPC advocate non oil export promotion, ramp up capacity with foreign partners

CARGO logistics giants, Free on Board (FOB) Global Logistics in collaboration with Nigeria Exports Promotion Council (NEPC) is ramping up capacity and support for the multi million dollars agricultural export industry as part of moves to boost non-oil exports and stem reliance oil. The duo in partnership with the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) hosted technical partners from the United …

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Aug 29 Int’l flights restart: Akpan advises industry to limit recovery expectation

Calls for clarity, counsels on vexatious concession issues Says NCAT should focus on industry’s manpower needs FOLLOWING yesterday’s announcement of Nigeria’s reopening of two of its five international airports, Lead Consultant for ETIMFRI Group, Mr. Amos Akpan is canvassing cautious optimism especially as it regards recovery stating that the industry needs to stabilize as flights will not return to the …

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Nigeria announces August 29 reopening of Lagos, Abuja international Airports

JUST hours after the announcement that the Republic of Ghana will be opening its airspace to international flights from September 1, 2020, Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika has announced that Nigeria will open its own airspace on August  29, 2020. For starters, according to him the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos (MMIA) and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja …

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