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NigerianFlightDeck

Nigerianflightdeck is an online news and magazine platform reporting business stories with a bias for aviation and travel. It is borne out of the intention to inform, educate as well as alter perceptions with balanced reportage.

FAAN disrupts Arik Air’s operations, airline accuses authority of flouting court order

Arik Air yesterday accused the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) of disrupting disrupted its operations at the domestic General Aviation Terminal and international terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, stating that workers of the agency prevented Arik Air from gaining access to the Air-side of both terminals. Access to the Air-side is critical and fundamental to the airline’s operations …

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Power supply: Pivot Engineering, partners deliver three Substations

In an effort to ensure reliable, quality power supply, Pivot Engineering Company Limited (PECL), a member of Honeywell Group, and its partners, including Siemens Transmission & Distribution SAS France and Siemens Nigeria Limited, have completed the power transmission projects for the upgrade of substations in Ajah, Lekki and Alagbon (Ikoyi) areas of Lagos.

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BA, Airtel partner to provide ticket discounts for customers

British Airways has entered into a strategic agreement with telecommunications giant, Airtel, in a deal that will see customers of both organizations enjoy substantial discounts off tickets purchased in the next few months. Speaking at the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding in Lagos, British Airways’ Regional Commercial Manager for West Africa, Kola Olayinka said both companies operated in similar …

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Jet A1 shortage: NCAA pleads for passengers’ restraint

Due to the passengers’ rage and violence emanating from airports across the country, over flight cancellations and delays arising from the scarcity of Aviation fuel, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has called on all passengers who are experiencing this problem to exercise restraint.

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Audit IGR of NCAA, other agencies to justify forex concession to foreign airlines

Many Nigerians would welcome the decision of government to commence the audit of its parastatals. Apart from providing government the means of assessing the true and aggregate sources of public agencies IGR, this act will also revive the institution of fiscal discipline; ensure transparency and accountability in the management of public finance; curb wastages of public fund and reduce corruption …

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Who authorized Meridiana to sell tickets without approval? NCAA deny, Ministry keeps mum

An unbelievable drama played out at the departure hall of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos on Tuesday when passengers lined up inside the terminal to fly a phantom airline that had not completed its approval neither was it listed at the arrival or departure screen. The drama happened at around 1.30pm and Nigerianflightdeck.com learnt that tickets were already …

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NAPA berates performances of Minister of State, NCAA

Nigeria Aviation Professionals Association (NAPA), has harangued the performance of Minister of State, Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika and the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Director General, Captain Usman Mukhar insinuating that they are both below par. National secretary of NAPA, Comrade Abdulrasaq Saidu who made this known in an interview granted recently said that there is a lot of conspiracy …

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Aviation Intervention Funds – Get at the politically exposed banks and their allies in MDAs

  John O Ojikutu The average Nigerian commercial banks are generally known for declaring excessive profits in billions of naira in their yearly financial statement returns without evidence of considerable long-term financial investment on the industrial and commercial ventures or manufacturing. A critical examination and analysis of these banks equity and shares would show keen observers that the major investors …

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Airlines decry operational effect as severe Jet A1 scarcity rocks aviation

Nigerian airlines have expressed gloom as they are currently grappling with the non-availability of Jet A1 also known as aviation fuel which is crippling their operations causing flight delays and cancellations for some airlines. Currently, the product is selling for as high as N180 per litre in Lagos while places like Abuja and Kano the product sells for N195 and …

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