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Unions call for safer work environment, drastic curbing measures as COVID-19 hits harder

UNIONS  in the aviation industry have called on the various agency managements  to prioritize the provision of sanitary apparels, consumables like facial masks, hand sanitizers, hand gloves and protective clothing to its frontline workers who interface with passengers, even at the local airports and with customers (internal and external) in their offices and at their duty posts. This is just …

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Aero responds to issues generated on flight carrying former VP’s son, Bauchi Governor

 Says it is working with health authorities on contact tracing on Flight MANAGEMENT of Aero Contractors have revealed that it is currently cooperating with relevant authorities health and otherwise towards taking necessary measures with other passengers on the flight that ferried both Governor  of Bauchi State, His Excellency, Sen Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed CON and  son of the former Vice President …

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UBA empowers entrepreneurs in Onitsha with capacity training

PAN African financial Institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) during the weekend held Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) capacity training in Onitsha where eneficiaries were trained in record keeping, cost reduction, stock compiling, financial and taxation planning, maximising opportunities, financial planning and projections. UBA’s Regional Head of Anambra II Anyanuno Ozioma, who flagged off the MSME training said the …

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Emirates Group responds to COVID-19 outbreak suspends passenger service, as dnata reduces operations

IN responding to the COVID-19 scourge, Emirates Group consisting Emirates Airline and dnata have re-adjusted their business world wide as the airline will temporarily suspend most passenger operations by Wednesday, March 25, 2020 while dnata reduces operations. Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, Emirates and dnata have been adapting operations in line with regulatory directives as well as travel demand. The …

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COVID-19: Presidency writes Speaker, expresses displeasure at members’ evasion of primary defense screening at airports

Ask Speaker to direct members returning from foreign trips to report to NCDC, self isolate CHIEF of Staff to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Abba Kyari has written a strongly worded letter to the leadership of the House of Representatives urging them to direct members who returned into the country from foreign trips to subject themselves for …

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Breaking: FG shuts down all airports to international flights, except emergency services from Monday

As COVID-19 cases increases to 22 ALL Nigerian airports are from Monday March 23, 2020 closed to all incoming international flights with the exception of emergency and essential flights., this is sequel to  the restriction of entry for travelers from the following thirteen (13) countries and restrictions of international flights into only Lagos and Abuja. Government had yesterday announced that …

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