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Arik Air announces full operational services to all routes

MANAGEMENT of Arik Air has announced that it is back to full operational service after Monday’s unfortunate picketing by unions. A statement signed by management read: “We are pleased to inform you that Arik Air is back to full flight operations following the resolution of the illegal picketing embarked upon by a section of the workers’ union on Monday, September …

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AON Election aftermath: Cracks emerge as members allege possible split

YESTERDAY’S elections of new executives of the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) took the industry by storm after months of delay occasioned by​ discontentment of procedures within the ranks of the group, but until the group get its act together and rectify what some members describe as anomalies, the chasm within the group would grow. Last night, the AON elected …

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Azman Air President, Air Peace Chairman elected AON President, Vice President

AIRLINE Operators of Nigeria (AON), yesterday elected a new President of the association, Alhaji (Dr.) Abdulmunaf Yunusa, founder of Azman Airline and the President of Azman Group while Chairman/CEO of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema was elected the Vice-President. Other newly elected executive members at the Annual General Meeting of the association held at the Murtala Muhammed Airport terminal two …

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Aeropolitics: NCAA urges Nigerian airlines to carry regulator, embassies along for protection against exploitation

DIRECTOR General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority ( NCAA) Captain Musa Nuhu has advised airlines plying regional and international routes to always carry the regulatory authority along in their expansions so as avoid being exploited. Recall that of late one of Nigeria’s major carriers have complained about exploitative treatment in some West Coast destinations stating that government has not …

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NAHCO takes delivery of ₦500m ground support equipment, upgrades facility

NIGERIAN Aviation Handling Company Plc, (NAHCO Plc) the nation’s leading ground handling Company, has taken delivery of another set of ground support equipment valued at about half a billion naira, as part of the 3.6-billion-naira equipment proposed in 2019 for injection into the company to aid facility upgrade and enhanced service delivery. The new delivery is the first of two …

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Arik Air returns to service, says customers can modify tickets

AFTER yesterday’s disruption of Arik Air services by the unions, the airline has announced that normal operations have resumed with all its early morning flights in and out of Lagos have operated and others will happen without hitches. A statement by Manager, PR & Communications, Adebanji Ola also reiterated an apology made yesterday to the airlines customers who were adversely …

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UBA Business Series to support SME’s brand positioning, marketing strategies

THE United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc is set to organise another edition of its quarterly UBA Business Series to support the growth of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and equip them with the necessary tools to strengthen and sustain their businesses The UBA Business Series which is held quarterly, is an MSME Workshop and a capacity building initiative …

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Heritage Bank, FAMO provide succor for 300 private school teachers, SMEs  

HERITAGE Bank Plc in partnership with Honourable Fatima Mohammed (FAMO) Foundation has provided succor to over 300 affected private school teachers and small medium enterprises (SMEs) to aid cushion the effects of the COVID-19 on the education sector. The challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, have continued in the shutdown of schools for months leaving the private school teachers without …

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