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Nahcoaviance to invest N3.6b to drive equipment procurement in 2019

She said Nobert Bielderman served out his tenure while there were stop gaps till it finally got to Mr. Idris Yakubu who resigned after the structure had changed stating that these changes have not affected the company's growth negatively.

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NIMASA partners Export Promotion Bank to support export through cargo initiative

NIGERIA Maritime Administration (NIMASA) has said it would support export produce through its intervention programme called cargo initiative and has partnered with the Nigeria Export Promotion bank for the project. NIMASA Head of Shipping, South West Zonal Office, Mrs. Carol Aneto, who made this known in Lagos on Monday, told …

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Turkish Airlines ends 2018 with 80.2% Load Factor in December

TURKISH Airlines has announced that its passenger and cargo traffic results for December 2018, reached 80.2% load factor in that month. According to the released December 2018 Traffic Results, Total number of passengers carried went up by 1%, reaching 5.5 million passengers, and the load factor went up to 80.2%. …

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New ANLCA executive denies rumoured imposition of sole administrator

NEWLY elected officials of Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) Chapter have said claims that a sole administrator would be appointed to run the affairs of association from Monday January 14, 2019, were false and misleading. This reaction is coming against the backdrop of an …

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NAHCO secures EU’s RA 3 revalidation, ISAGO recertification

FOLLOWING its well laid out plans for safe ground handling operations, the International Air Transport Association ( IATA) has recertified the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (nahco aviance) for another three years. The new IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Registration recertification which expires June 12, 2021, comes the …

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A Night with Basil: Ground handling coys require importation waivers to reduce operation cost

GROUND HANDLING companies in Nigeria need government to grant them waivers on importation of equipment to reduce their operation cost, according to Chief Executive Officer of SAHCO, Mr. Basil Agboarumi. This is just as he charged ground handling organisations to ensure maximum cooperation in order to charge the right prices …

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SAHCO renews handling contract with Arik Air

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Public Liability Company (SAHCO) has renewed its ground handling contract with Arik Air. Managing Director/CEO, SAHCO, Mr. Basil Agboarumi, during the renewal of ground handling service agreement with Arik Air at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos promised to deliver quality and improved ground handling services …

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SAHCOL manufactures first fuel bowser from locally sourced materials

SKYWAY Aviation Handling Company Limited (SAHCOL) team has built a Ground Support Equipment from scratch at the SAHCOL Engineering and Maintenance workshop to fuel Aviation Ground Support equipment in Lagos. The fuel bowser is the first in the history of aviation of ground handling in Nigeria to be created from …

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Akure Airport Manager expresses hope in cargo terminal completion to facilitate perishable goods transport

HOPES are high that if government includes the abandoned Akure Airport Cargo Terminal in next year’s budget to get contractors back to site, recorded interests in the transportation of perishable goods from the airport will become an actuality, according to the Airport Manager, Mrs Cecilia Oguama. This is just as …

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NAHCO posts N4.6 billion half year turnover, signs strings of contracts

NAHCOAVIANCE has announced its 2018 half-year, posting a turnover of N4.64Billion against the N3.71Billion posted for the same period last year showing an improved financial performance. This is just as the ground-handling¬†service provider, continues its dominance of the sector as it announces a string of new business signings with new …

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