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Public hearing: Minister says AON owes $6.9m, N 19.4 bn on TSC

As AON calls for reduction of 5%TSC/CSC MINISTER of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has revealed that the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) is owing a staggering US$6, 993, 284 million and N19, 365, 374,336 billion as non remittance of Ticket Sales Charge (TSC) and (CSC) collected on behalf of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA ) This was exposed when …

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Azman Air sets for regional, international operations gets IOSA certification

AZMAN Air had successfully completed the international Air Transport Association Operational Safety Audit ( IOSA) certifying the operations of the airline to have met the highest safety standards. The airline announced the certification in all its social media handles explaining it is part of its plans to boost its reputation pre- regional and international flight operations. The airline in a …

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Air Peace sets sights on  commercial flights into Johannesburg, S’Africa

NIGERIA’S largest airline exploit reputed for its trailblazing footprints, Air Peace, has announced that it will commence regular commercial flight operations from its Lagos hub into the city of Johannesburg, South Africa, soon, in keeping with its vision to provide seamless connectivity across cities. The airline says it has made huge progress in meeting the stipulated requirements of the aviation …

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EndSARS Protests: Arik Air, Dana announce return to operation

AIRLINES using the Lagos airport as operational hub have restarted flight services to various degrees following the ease up of violence in certain areas of the country during the hijacked #EndSARS peaceful protest. Airlines using Lagos as their hub points on Wednesday and Thursday announced flights cancellations due to the curfew imposed by the Lagos State Government necessitated by the …

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Arik Air, AWA cancel October 21 flights as stakeholders react to public fears

Air Peace cancels Lagos Benin flights over curfew FOLLOWING the announcement of a 24 hours curfew by the Lagos State government, Arik Air has cancelled all its flight operations for Wednesday, October 21, 2020. The airline, whose main hub is Lagos has also advised passengers to reschedule at no extra cost. A statement by the airline spokesman Adebanji Ola read,”All …

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World Air Traffic Controllers’ Day: NATCA harp on opportunities despite COVID-19

PRESIDENT Nigeria Air TrafficControllers Association (NATCA), Abayomi Agoro has expressed optimism for passenger growth despite air traffic volumes hitting an all-time low because of the COVID- 19 pandemic. Agoro made this known in a statement today to commemorate World Air Traffic Controllers’ Day tagged Rising above our Challenges, using the day as an avenue to mourn lost colleagues and members …

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Again Dana Air shows commitment, partners 26th Nigerian Economic Summit

    DANA Air will be supporting the 26thNigerian Economic Summit (NES#26) scheduled to hold from the 26th to 27th of October 2020, at Transcorp Hilton Abuja and the Lagos Office of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group.​ ​ Themed: ”Building Partnerships for Resilience,” the 26thNigerian Economic Summit, which is jointly organised by the Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National …

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NLC writes President Buhari proffers ideas to counter FG’s concession plans

Labour canvasses Green Field concession, full autonomy or corporatization of FAAN ORGANISED Labour has written to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammad Buhari profession alternatives to the planned concession of four of the nation’s most viable airport stating that the current handling of the process and drive is worrisome and would only end up enriching a few …

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Unions’ protests, Minister’s inspection of abandoned Lagos taxiway and many more

PHOTO REEL this week deals with some extremes from the botched meeting with staff of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria due to a nationwide protest to the Minister of Aviation inspecting facilities belonging to Caverton Helicopters as well work on the 11 years abandoned Taxiway B of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport. Also the Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation …

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