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Air Peace becomes sponsor of 12th Gulder Ultimate Search

AIR Peace is collaborating with Nigerian Breweries Plc, and will be a sponsor of the 12th season of the survival reality show, Gulder Ultimate Search. Nigerian foremost airline join forces with Gulder Ultimate Search to reward the winner and contestants with exciting prizes when the show premieres on screens in October 2021 for the 12th season. “We’re so excited to …

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FG redeploys Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan to Aviation Ministry as Permanent Secretary

FEDERAL Government of Nigeria has redeployed Mr. Abel Olumiyiwa Enitan as the new Permanent Secretary to the Federal Ministry of Aviation switching with Engr. Hassan Musa who is now moved to Environment Ministry in the same stead. President Muhammadu Buhari approved the redeployment and it take effect immediately. The approval was communicated on Friday in a statement issued by the …

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Air Peace Chairman says Nigerian airlines have youngest fleet comparatively

Apologizes again for delays and cancellations CHAIRMAN Air peace, Chief Allen Onyema has said that Nigeria has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the world stating that age of aircraft however is not as important a factor as airworthiness and maintenance. The Air Peace boss made this known last Thursday as the airline took delivery of the fourth of …

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Retired CGI Babandede gets rousing welcome in Hadejia home town

RETIRED Comptroller General of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede MFR today was received by the Emir and people of Hadejia in Jigawa State to an incredible heroic parade as he arrived his hometown after meritoriously serving the nation in his capacity as Comptroller General. Babandede who was pulled out of Service in  a colourful Pull-Out Parade on September …

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IATA slams NANTA, others over criminal BTA practices

INTERNATIONAL Air Transport Association ( IATA) has flayed the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies ( NANTA) warning it to ask it’s members to desist from criminal acts of issuing air tickets for Basic Travel Allowance (BTA) purposes to individuals who eventually void the tickets after gaining access to foreign exchange a practice called Ticket renting. IATA described this an …

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Stabilizing the sub-regional market for players to thrive

FOR Nigerian airlines to thrive in the West African sub-region, a number of factors have been identified that need to be taken out of the equation so they can have a fighting chance in the region especially now that the entire continent is gradually and progressively looking at embracing the Single African Air Transportation Market (SAATM) a concept resurrected from …

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