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Ethiopian to launch flights to Marseille, France July 2

ETHIOPIAN Airlines, has announced that it has finalized all preparations to launch a thrice weekly flight to Marseille, France as of July 02, 2019. Marseille is the second-largest city of France and main city of the historical province. Regarding the upcoming services, Group CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, …

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Passengers enjoy Air Peace B777 Easter operations, forecast bright future on international routes

PASSENGERS of Air Peace on Monday gave the airline kudos for its Easter operations, commending the luxury of the aircraft used during the holidays to traverse them between Abuja and Port Harcourt and back. The airline, on Monday, ended the first round of its operations to give air travellers a …

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Asky starts daily flights to Johannesburg, South Africa

ASKY has announced the launch of its daily flights from Lagos to Johannesburg beginning from June 15, 2019. Johannesburg, South Africa will be connected to Lagos, Nigeria daily. According to press release signed by Commercial Director, Asky, Nowel Ngala, the flights will be operated with a Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft. …

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Air Peace gives a touch of int’l service as it deploys B777 for Easter operations

AIR PEACE expressed intentions to give travellers, especially on the Abuja- Port Harcourt route a feel of what is to come when it commences its international operations as it announced plans to deploy its wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft for its domestic operations on the Port Harcourt Abuja and Abuja-Port Harcourt …

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Arik’s return to int’l operations assured with time-Captain Ilegbodu

ARIK AIR says it still has its sights set on recommencing it’s suspended international operations but that the plans may take some time giving that the processes are complex and coupled with issues inherited from the past management. Managing Director of the airline, Captain Roy Ilegbodu made this known earlier …

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Namibia High Commission opens visa processing office in Lagos

Seeks better business, developmental partnership with Nigeria NAMIBIA High Commission, as part of plans to stimulate passenger and cargo services for its carrier,Air Namibia has opened a Visa Processing Office in Lagos State, Nigeria to ease the process of visa procurement for travellers to that country. According to the High …

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Turkish Airline set to commence flights from P/H June 24, hails operations from new NAIA terminal

Airline sets fleet expansion at 500 in the next five years says passenger, cargo growth in the last decade plus shows drive TURKISH Airlines is set to commence operations into the Port Harcourt International Airport, Omagwa June 24, 2019 and has said that as an airline, it is looking be …

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FG should support Air Peace with flag carrier status-Governor Obiano

GOVERNOR of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano has urged the federal government to support Air Peace with flag carrier status and has extolled the airlines safety record. The governor made this known in a congratulatory message to the airline following the delivery of its third Boeing 777 aircraft at the …

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Delta Govt says Asaba Int’l Airport is open to facilitate investment

ACCORDING to the Delta State Government, Asaba International Airport is strategically located to make air travel easier for travelers as well as tourists and investors willing to do business in the state This is just as they said that work has already commenced on the cargo portion of the Asaba …

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Aero starts flights to Yola with reduced fares, huge load factor

AERO Contractors, on Tuesday commenced flights into Yola International Airport, Adamawa State with reduced fares and a massive load factor for its inaugural service The airline, which is repositioning its scheduled and fixed wing operations as it increases aircraft in its fleet, flew into Yola with its Boeing 737-500 aircraft …

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