AIB RELEASES SIX FINAL ACCIDENTS,INCIDENT REPORTS BETWEEN 2009,2O14

AIB RELEASES SIX FINAL ACCIDENTS,INCIDENT REPORTS BETWEEN 2009,2O14

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has released six final accident and serious incident reports that occurred in the Nigeria aviation industry between 2009 and 2014. Among the six reports released were two accidents and four serious incidents. One of the...
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SAATM: NIGERIA’S AVIATION IN FOR GOOD TIME

SAATM: NIGERIA’S AVIATION IN FOR GOOD TIME

No fewer than 23 African heads of state and governments, at the last general assembly of the African Union (AU) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, approved the establishment of a Single African Air Transport Market(SAATM) to fully implement the Yamoussoukro Decision...
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PAY YOUR DEBTS, NO ROOM FOR DEBTS FORGIVENESS, SIRIKA TELLS DEBTOR AIRLINES

PAY YOUR DEBTS, NO ROOM FOR DEBTS FORGIVENESS, SIRIKA TELLS DEBTOR AIRLINES

The Federal Government has advised indigenous airline operators in the country to pay up whatever debts they owe service providers instead of looking up to highly placed persons in government to help them to either waive the debts or re-negotiate...
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FAAN TAKES SECURITY TO A NEW LEVEL AT THE NATION’S AIRPORTS

FAAN TAKES SECURITY TO A NEW LEVEL AT THE NATION’S AIRPORTS

It is no gainsaying that Nigeria is no longer a pushover in world aviation going by its recent safety records. Since 1925 when the first aircraft landed on a golf course in Kano, Northern Nigeria, the country has always been...
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DISPATCHER — WHEN WEATHER WAS BAD

DISPATCHER — WHEN WEATHER WAS BAD

Weather, ground and aloft, is a highly influencing factor in aeroplane commuting. Different types of weather phenomena have uniquely different effects on the aircraft. Weather types cannot be controlled by the aviator or any man but much of it can...
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UNDER THE RADAR — ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: AN APPRAISAL

UNDER THE RADAR — ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: AN APPRAISAL

Preamble In the village of my birth which is in God’s own State, and by extension all original traditional settlements around the globe,the town crier’s Ekwe (gong) wooden or metallic, is a symbol of authority and a major instrument for...
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AIR PEACE HOPPER DEBUTS….TO UNITE NIGERIA, TAKES DELIVERY OF NEW EMBRAER

AIR PEACE HOPPER DEBUTS….TO UNITE NIGERIA, TAKES DELIVERY OF NEW EMBRAER

Air Peace has taken delivery of a second Embraer 145 within a week to boost the fleet of its subsidiary, Air Peace Hopper, in a bid by the airline to remove the pains of air travellers through improved connectivity from...
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NAMA MD TASKS SERVICOM COMMITTEE ON SERVICE EXCELLENCE

NAMA MD TASKS SERVICOM COMMITTEE ON SERVICE EXCELLENCE

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Captain Fola Akinkuotu has charged the newly inaugurated SERVICOM (Service Compact with all Nigerians) committee to ensure that the system of service delivery in the agency meets internat...
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NIGERIA AVIATION MINISTER SAYS THE COUNTRY FOLLOWS ICAO SARPS TO THE LETTER

NIGERIA AVIATION MINISTER SAYS THE COUNTRY FOLLOWS ICAO SARPS TO THE LETTER

ENCOUNTER Nigeria’s Minister of State for Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, in addressing several burning issues in Nigeria and African aviation, gave reasons for the country’s excellent performance in 2017. He also gave hope for the establishment of the nati...
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CAR PARK AUTOMATION RAISES FAAN REVENUE BY 68%

CAR PARK AUTOMATION RAISES FAAN REVENUE BY 68%

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria(FAAN) revenue has gone up by 68 per cent following the automation of its Car Park at the General Aviation Terminal(GAT) of the domestic wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos.which commenced on January...
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