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How Ibom-Dana  alliance will redefine Nigeria’s air travel

ALLIANCES among domestic airlines have eluded Nigeria for decades and this lack of synergy has caused the widening gulf between foreign and Nigerian airlines to worsen as in their weakened states indigenous airlines are not courted for partnership as is done in other climes. One major reason why international airlines refuse to enter into agreements, either code shares or interlines …

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UBA: A bank of many firsts, in pursuit of customer satisfaction

UNITED Bank for Africa Plc has carved a niche for itself and continues to stand out as the leading Pan-African financial institution, consistent in introducing numerous first rate innovative products with customer satisfaction in mind. To this end, the bank has invested significantly in cutting edge technology in a bid to boost its overall services to customers. The development is …

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Azman Air: Safety must not be sacrificed on the altar of mediocrity

AUDITS, both safety and economic are tools civil aviation regulators all over the world use to monitor airlines’ compliance issued the regulator’s  Air Operators Certificate (AOC) to minimum standards and recommended practices  as safety is the keys word in aviation. Last week’s revelation involving popular carrier, Azman Air has brought to the fore, the importance of continuous safety inspection of …

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Heritage Bank’s 8 year journey of entrenching business of banking in Nigeria

TODAY marks a worthy milestone in the life of one of the fastest growing financial service provider, Heritage Bank Plc as it celebrates eight (8) years of entrenching seamless service delivery in the business of banking in Nigeria. This is a journey that began eight (8) years ago, premised on passion, commitment, doggedness, culture and hard work amongst others, stands …

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Aviation Public Hearing: The good, bad and the intriguing

TO say the three day public hearing on the amendment of six (6) executive bills of aviation agencies hosted by the Senate Committee on Aviation is anything short of interesting would be the understatement of all time. Views and counter views with divergent ideas filled the air as law makers, the regulator, investors and stakeholders gathered to amend  Acts establishing …

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NAHCO issues disclaimer against former subsidiary MD, Baba Yusuf

THE Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (NAHCO) has issued a disclaimer over allegations leveled against the handling company by former Managing Director of its subsidiary, NAHCO Free Trade Zone Limited Mr. Baba Yusuf who is also the centre of a law suit According to the handling company its operations, contrary to what the erstwhile managing director has been touting around, …

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CAA Act review: Stakeholders canvass less political interference, economic regulatory functions

Highlight other areas where change is expected PROFESSIONALS in the aviation sub-sector are tasking the National Assembly to promulgate laws that will strengthen the economic oversight functions of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Agency (NCAA) as well as reduce political interference in all forms following plans by the lawmakers to review of Civil Aviation Act 2006 before it. Industry stakeholders are …

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Post Covid19: Leaders call for global co-operation to stem global depression at UBA Africa Day Conversations

GLOBAL leaders have emphasized the need for meaningful collaborations between governments and the private sector as a panacea for the quick economic recovery of the African continent post Covid-19. The leaders at the second edition of United Bank for Africa (UBA) African Day Conversations titled Growth, Jobs and Sustainable Development Amidst a Global Pandemic brainstormed over ideas that would help …

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