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Authorities to meet as another bird strike hits Max Air Kano-Abuja flight with Kano Emir

BARELY 24 hours after an Aero Contractor aircraft was involved in a bird strike incident at Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA), a Max Air boeing 737 on Tuesday afternoon also experienced a similar bird strike incident at the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (AKIA), Kano The Max Air aircraft 5N: BBM had inside, 140 passengers including the Emir of Kano, …

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Airports reopening: FAAN, airlines differ over planned introduction of slot system

“All the six carriers do not have 70 aircraft and as airlines we have disagreed with the slot system as it will lead to a limitation of our flights. Like how do you determine who flies by 6am, 7am or 8am? And this limitation of flight will keep most of our equipment underutilized and may lead to sack. Remember no one does night flights, the environment is not ripe for it and so how many flights will we have daily, what will be the impact on our equipment,” Onyema said.

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AON: Trouble looms as incumbent leadership yet to hold elections months after tenure end

TROUBLE is looming within the ranks of the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) following a refusal to conduct elections months after the expiration of the tenure of the current leadership of the association which seems to have caused a major crack in the ranks. A reliable source who gave Nigerianflightdeck the information said elections were due since January, 2020 but …

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Flight resumption: FG orders airlines to fly 50-70% capacity as domestic ops resumes  June 21

All passengers' luggage to be disinfected before entry into the departure hall and they are required to wash their hands before proceeding into the halls while sanitizers would be provided for their use before entrance, at the waiting halls and pre-boarding. Foot wears will be disinfected, sanitized  by foot mats place at all entrances of the terminal buildings and passengers would observe physical distancing rule while sitting in the halls. The seats would be clearly marked for usage and non -usage.

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COVID-19: FG to use Nigerian airlines for evacuation, says repatriation to be staggered

NIGERIA’S Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama has said that henceforth, subsequent evacuations of Nigerian nationals will be carried out by indigenous airlines stating that some flights are already scheduled with Nigerian airlines. This is just as he announced that government will be staggering subsequent repatriations into the country as it says it has stretched itself thin and cannot …

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COVID-19: FG extends ban to all foreign, domestic flights for extra four weeks

We are talking to our airlines on repatriation of 4000 Nigerians abroad- Onyeama SECRETARY to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha has announced the extension of ban on all flights into the country as well as domestic flights for an extra four weeks thereby extending the ban to June 4th, 2020 after initial lockdown on March 23. This …

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COVID-19: Nnaji wades into Max Air’s no pay directives; counsels airlines to show staff empathy

CHAIRMAN, House Committee on Aviation, Hon. Nnolim Nnaji has appealed to airlines and private organizations within the aviation sector not to abandon their staff in this period of uncertainties occasioned by COVID19 pandemic. He made this known in the wake of a memo being circulated by Max Air management to staff informing of their inability to remunerate them for the …

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Covid-19: Max Air staff in for hard times as airline suspends remuneration

MAX Air has said that for the two-week duration stipulated by the Federal Government to lock down, it will not be able to provide remuneration for its staff and if the situation persists, the same would apply. In a letter to staff obtained by Nigerianflightdeck, the airline expressed hope for  normalcy to return after the 14 days so it can …

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2020 Hajj airlift: Arik, Med-View, 5 others indicate interest

NAHCON to have dedicated airline for tour operators SEVEN airlines, including five Nigerian carriers and two Saudi Airlines, have indicated interest in participating in the 2020 airlift of Nigerian pilgrims to Saudi Arabia at the bid opening conducted by the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON). The airlines which participated in yesterday’s bidding process which opened in Abuja include Nigerian …

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MMIA Operations: Minister apologizes over visibility debacle as authorities battle to restore normalcy

Says inclement weather coincided with replacement of Cat 2 ILS Qatar diverts Lagos flights to Abuja NCAA appeals for understanding, as airlines  send out cancellation and delay notices MINISTER of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has apologized over the continuous hardship for operators to land at the Murtala Muhammed International airport Lagos stating that authorities were in the process of replacing …

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