Thursday , 8 December 2022

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Nigeria Air: Investors say drive for airline unclear, question rationale behind ETs 49% stake

Stakeholders met virtually last week to air their thoughts on the ongoing Nigeria Air project at the inaugural aviation town hall meeting hosted by Avaero Capital Partners. The general take away from the meeting is that of disappointment at the handling of the project. Strong views on the airline’s ability to employ Nigerians, its ownership structure and drive, its strength …

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Runway 18L/36R: Industry plays up benefits of 24/7 ops as FAAN plans delivery on schedule

Unnecessary flight diversion due to runway closure, burning jet fuel  taxiing from the international to the domestic after daylight will all cease to exist as the installation of airfield lighting on the 2.7 kilometre 18L/36R Murtala Muhammed Airport is set to be complete and delivered soon. Runway 18L/36R which has been without airfield lighting since commissioning in 2008 is said …

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N42b TSC/CSC Debt: Why NCAA insists on tripartite agreement, payment plan for airlines

Azman met conditions before granted ATL- DG NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has announced that the debt profile of airlines is put at N42BN and $7.8million for Ticket Sales and Passenger Sales Charges ( TSC/CSC) alone and the measures it has put in place is to ensure that these monies do not grow further and the debt are defrayed. The …

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Unremitted Funds: How Emirates, others’ decision will impact travel in Nigeria

  THE letter from Emirates Airline to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika may just be the beginning of further woes to Nigerians travelling internationally as it shows just how trapped funds which has led to flight reduction by the airline and probably others may jack up airfares, isolate Nigeria from connectivity and impact on employment negatively, experts say.   …

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Jet A1: Operating daily almost a physical impossibility for airlines

As of today, Jet A1 also known as Aviation Fuel sells for N725 in Lagos, N740 in Abuja and N745 in Kano while other marketers have sold for N650 and N700 making the reach of the product near impossible and causing many airlines to go on panic mode in a bid to satisfy their passengers, some of whom have booked long before.

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EAN Aviation Limited becomes Airbus Helicopters distributor in West Africa

AIRBUS Helicopters and Nigerian-based, Helicopter company EAN Aviation Limited (EAN) have signed a partnership making EAN a distributor for Airbus Helicopters in West Africa. The strategic partnership between EAN Aviation Limited and Airbus Helicopters focuses on the West African civilian market, excluding Military. In essence, civil customers in Nigeria can now contract directly with EAN Aviation Limited who will be …

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FNAC to stimulate investment opportunities, open frank discussions on airport development

THE need to attract investments, especially Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) for airports across Nigeria is something practically every investor, government official and stakeholder wants to see happen, but for the issue of going about it without carrying the entire industry along, there could have been commendable strides. It was this gap that the management of the Federal Airports Authority of …

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Jet A1 Conundrum: An industry in desperate need for solutions

  WHAT solutions are available to halt a trend that is decades old? How do you end a crisis that is not only crippling aviation but even the average man? The fact that Nigeria finds itself in this precarious situation with the airlines unable to access or get right pricing for Jet A1 has been decades in the making.   …

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Has time finally come for Runway 18L/36R to be lit up after 14 years?

  FOURTEEN gruelling years later and two approvals, it would seem federal government feels it is time to put in place Air Field Lighting ( AFL) for the 2.7 kilometre 18L/ 36R domestic runway of the Murtala Muhammed Airport ( MMA) which was recommissioned in 2008 after refurbishment and rehabilitation without runway lights.   After years of complains by domestic …

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Aviation industry stands still, pays tribute to a corporate communications icon as Mrs. Yakubu retires

  NO mean feat today as the entire aviation industry physically and virtually came out enmasse to celebrate with Mrs Henrietta Vathiri Yakubu, the immediate past General Manager of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria ( FAAN)’s Corporate Affairs department.   The immediate past GM already has left big shoes to be filled as people all around the industry have …

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