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BAGAIA Commissioner meets, discuss cooperation on accident and serious incident investigation with Cabo Verde Minister

COMMISSIONERr, Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) Engineer Charles Irikefe Erhueh engaged the Minister of Tourism and Transport in Cabo Verde, Dr. Carlos Duarte Santos on the importance of the regional investigative agency and the need to be fully involved and attract other nations to be part of the laudable agency. The meeting which held at the Conference Hall …

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AIB confirms ‘brownout’ as cause of Vice President Osibanjo’s 2019 helicopter crash

Releases three other investigation reports with 9 safety recommendations ACCIDENT investigation Bureau (AIB), has today released four final accident reports and issued another nine (9) safety recommendations including the report of the Caverton Augusta Westland 139 Helicopter 5N-CML crash involving the Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo in Kabba, Kogi State. Other reports released are the Aero Contractors Bombardier Dash 8-Q-400 with …

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Stakeholders skeptical over Ministry’s relocation directive; say timing wrong

THE directive from the Minister of Aviation to all aviation agencies to relocate their agencies’ headquarters to Abuja in the next 45 amid the battle against COVID-19 has not gone unnoticed by stakeholders some of which have expressed divergent opinions on the directive giving its raison d’etre and its timing. Nigerianflightdeck last Friday reported that the Ministry of Aviation directed …

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Covid-19: Nigerians assess virus’ impact on air travel

THE deadly Covid-19 virus found its way into Nigeria on the 24th of February 2020 carried by an Italian on board Turkish Airline through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) Lagos and this has sent the nation into a frenzy of fear and confusion. For the aviation industry, the debate as to whether government should do a ban on citizens …

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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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Divergent reactions trail call to make Arik National Carrier (Part Three): Aligbe stands against

“First, is Kuru sincere in his avowal? What are his indices of Arik’s profitability? AMCON took over Arik with 15 aircraft. How many aircraft has the airline now? What is the debt profile of Arik as at today? How much has AMCON recovered since it took over Arik. What is the operational status of Arik in terms of route network and schedule integrity? What about maintenance integrity which Arik had the highest rating on before AMCON’s takeover?”

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Is Nigeria serious with its national carrier pursuit?

With what has happened with regards setting up a national carrier in the last four years of this administration, with all the intrigues and failed deadlines, ANTHONY OMOH looks at emerging trends especially in Ghana which has silently set their ball rolling with firm aircraft orders; and wonders if Project Nigeria Air will reach fruition at the rate things are …

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