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30 females rescued from Mali as NIS denies 9 departure at MMIA

THIRTY (30) Nigerian females stranded in Mali have been assisted to return back to the country voluntarily after spending years in the Francophone country. This is just as no fewer than 9 persons have been refused departure over suspicion of human trafficking from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Nigerianflightdeck learnt that the ladies came back to Nigeria after a …

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Coronavirus update: NCAA issues general guidelines on how to handle suspected cases

NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has called for a high level of vigilance by airlines (especially those operating international and regional flights), all designated point of entries (POEs) and travelling public putting them on high alert over the outbreak of Coronavirus. The CAA in a letter dated 23rd January, 2020 and signed by the Acting Director General of the Nigerian …

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Santos Aviation sets up aircraft interior refurbishment centre

AN aircraft interior maintenance company, Santos Aviation services is set to establish a first of its kind, design organization in Nigeria to serve aircraft owners in the country and the West African region in designing the interior of their aircraft. The Centre manager and a Delta airlines trained aircraft interiors expert, Segun Adesanya told journalists in Lagos that the company …

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FAAN Regional Manager, team explain Coronavirus prevention activities at MMIA

AT the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) steps are being taken to checkmate any infiltration of passengers who may be carrying the deadly CoronaVirus which broke out in China continues to wreak havoc in Asia. Already the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) in an advisory released two days ago enjoined travelers and airport users to comply with all quarantine …

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IATA lauds Air Peace for upholding high safety standards

HEAD of Account Management, West and Central Africa, International Air Transport Association, IATA, Dr Samson Fatokun, has commended Air Peace for upholding high standards of safety in its flight operations. Fatokun gave the commendation while presenting the third IATA Operational Safety Audit, IOSA, Certificate to the Chairman of Air Peace, Mr Allen Onyema, congratulating the Air Peace team for achieving …

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Agubata reels out APWEN achievements under leadership

ASSOCIATION of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN) has reeled out its achievement in the past couple of years with the past president highlighting that between 2018 and 2019 it awarded 81 female pupils in various primary schools across the country with scholarships to study science and engineering to University levels. The immediate past president of APWEN Engr. Dr Felicia …

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NCS appoints NOVA Merchant Bank as duty collecting bank

HAVING satisfied all the conditions set, NOVA Merchant Bank has been appointed as a designated collecting bank for Import, Excise and other duties by the Nigeria Customs Service. This will enable the Bank handle duty payments for its clients in addition to process and issue custom bonds along with guarantees on their behalf. MD/CEO, Mr. Anya Duroha said, “We are …

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FAAN partners NCC to check copyright piracy  

AS part of plans to address copyright infringement materials in and around the nation’s local and international airports, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) have committed to the development and implementation of a national anti-piracy strategy. This strategy will address the sale of pirated books, films, music and other copyright infringing materials, as both agencies …

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