AVSEC PERSONNEL TO CARRY ARMS AT LAST

AVSEC PERSONNEL TO CARRY ARMS AT LAST

It is cheering news that, at last, Aviation Security, AVSEC, the security arm of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), the managing agency of airports in the country, will carry arms. This is happening about 25 years after the...
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NEW NATIONAL CARRIER: FG, BOEING NEGOTIATE, 5 PLANES EXPECTED DEC 19

NEW NATIONAL CARRIER: FG, BOEING NEGOTIATE, 5 PLANES EXPECTED DEC 19

The federal government has given indications that the national carrier being proposed by the present administration will take off before the end of this year despite opposition to the idea by the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON). Aviationline sources at...
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Demuren, Fadugba, Obilana to Speak at LAAC SEMINAR

Demuren, Fadugba, Obilana to Speak at LAAC SEMINAR

The number of speakers at the forthcoming seminar of the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC) is swelling by the day as the Dr. Harold Demuren, the former Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has indicated readiness....
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AVIATION PARASTATALS GET HIV/AIDS CONTROL COMMITTEE AT NCAA

AVIATION PARASTATALS GET HIV/AIDS CONTROL COMMITTEE AT NCAA

The federal government has widened the scope of its crusade against the spread of the HIV/AIDS virus in the workplace with the inauguration of the Ministerial Local Committee in the Ministry of Transport with the relevant agencies in the aviation...
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FAAN UNVEILS PEBEC FEEDBACK APP AT LAGOS AIRPORT

FAAN UNVEILS PEBEC FEEDBACK APP AT LAGOS AIRPORT

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has unveiled an application, initiated by the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) for service users to give feedback about the quality of services being rendered by government agencies at the nat...
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BANKOLE EXTOLS LAAC

BANKOLE EXTOLS LAAC

As the 22nd annual seminar and gala night of the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC) draws nearer, more airlines, agencies and organisations have given support to the association in order to ensure a successful outing. So far, no...
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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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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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