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I-Cube, unions’ standoff continues as security agencies throw open access gate

THE tale has taken a new twist as security personnel have taken over the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria( FAAN) Access Gate and have thrown it open allowing for free vehicular movement and causing revenue loss. Nigerianflightdeck reported yesterday that unions dislodged of Integrated intelligence Imaging ( I-Cube) West Africa from the Murtala Muhammed Airport(MMA) Lagos Access Gate following the …

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Aviation unions dislodge I-Cube West Africa, take over FAAN Access gate

 I-Cube debunks unions’ claims, ’We are not indebted, have right of first refusal’ UNIONS of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) branch today dislodged concessionaires, Integrated Intelligent Imaging West Africa Limited (I-Cube) after their agreement was said to have ended 12 months ago. This is just as sources in I-Cube say there was high -handedness without the use of …

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Coronavirus outbreak: ACI issues advisory bulletin, advises authorities to develop airport plan

As BA suspends all flights to Mainland China AIRPORTS Council International (ACI) World has advised airports at a global scale – not just in China – to take appropriate measures in preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) calling on airport operator and authorities to develop an airport plan, including aspects such as communication, screening, entry / exit controls …

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Air Peace set sights on Mumbai March end, gets approval to fly TelAviv

Says FG addressing multiple entry AIR PEACE has revealed that it is making arrangements to start operations into Mumbai, India one of its approved international destinations in the next two months revealing that the Federal Government has given the airline approval to operate flight to TelAviv, the economic and technological centre of Israel. The Chairman of the Airline, Allen Onyema …

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NAMA installs brand new ILS/DME, upgrades facilities ahead of Enugu Airport reopening

FEDERAL Government through the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has successfully installed a brand-new CAT 2 Instrument Landing System / Distance Measuring Equipment (ILS/DME) at Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu to replace the old system which was installed since 2003. A successful site acceptance test on the equipment has also been conducted by NAMA engineers in Enugu in preparation for …

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Nigeria receives Boeing 737NG full motion simulator in Montreal, to take delivery in March

MINISTER of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika in Montreal, Canada has received for the Nigeria College of Aviation Technology (NCAT), Zaria; a Boeing 737 full motion flight training simulator. Sirika in a tweet earlier today said that the simulator will not only save the country foreign exchange but would reduce cost incurred by Nigerian airlines. “In Montreal Canada, Sirika Twitted, “received …

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Nigeria receives 6 new diamond training aircraft from Austria

FEDERAL Government of Nigeria has announced the acquisition of six new Diamond training aircraft for Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) in Zaria. The Minister of Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika who announced this via his twitter handle @hadisirika shortly after inspection of the new equipment in Austria alongside the rector of the aviation school, Capt. Mohammed Abdulsalami. His tweet read, …

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Onyema, Air Peace boss explains why Nigerian airlines need to get it right

CHAIRMAN of Air Peace, Barrister Allen Onyema has said the airline industry in Nigeria needs understand the game, compliment their comparative strengths to enable them water the obstacles provided by foreign governments and airlines in a bid to keep them from spreading. This is just as the Air Peace boss rallied protection and support for Nigerian airlines explaining that they …

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