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Air Peace crew gets award of excellence for foiling in-flight theft

AIR Peace crew have been recognised with five (5) Awards of Excellence for tharwting an attempt by one Mr Eze Kelvin to steal a considerable amount of money belonging to Engr Adedeji Adeniyi, the Managing Director of Toptech Engineering Limited. Spokesperson of the airline, Stanley Olisa, who said the incident occurred on a 7:40am Accra-Lagos flight on July 17, 2021, …

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LAAC set for 25th Conference releases Zoom link for online participation

Five individuals, oragnisations set for awards ALL is now set for the 25th edition of the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC) conference scheduled to hold on the 28th of July, 2021 at Sheraton Hotel, Lagos as the association has released it Zoom link to the general public. The League is expecting new fewer than 250 participants both physically …

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BAGASOO canvasses deeper ties with BAGAIA on safety oversight, recommendations

BAGAIA attributes fewer hull losses in region to partnerships THE Banjul Accord Group Aviation Safety Oversight Organization (BAGASOO) has called for deeper partnership between the Regional Accident Investigation Organization (RAIO) Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) and a Regional Safety Oversight Organisation (RSOO) BAGASOO This is just as BAGAIA has said that Africa has had fewer hull losses in …

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BAGAIA adopts safety regulations 2021 at sixth commission meeting

BANJUL Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) has adopted the BAGAIA Safety Regulations 2021 to help member states in the sub-region to be compliant with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Anne 13 which deals primarily with accident investigation. The safety regulations presented to member states in March 2021 aims to ensure that all signatories use a common set of regulations …

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NCAA says full refund on ticket prices not new, gazetted since 2015

 Clarifies it doesn’t cover events of force majeure NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has said that the law on 100 per cent refund on air tickets in case of three hours delay is not novel to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulation (NCAR), stressing that it was gazetted by the Federal Government and has been in existence since 2015. This is …

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