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African Airlines Record 103.6% Rise In Passenger Traffic

African Airlines Record 103.6% Rise In Passenger Traffic

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) yesterday released its passenger data for June 2022 showing a strong recovery in air travel across all regions. The association, representing 290 airlines, however, noted that it has returned to year-on-year traffic comparisons, instead ...

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Aviation Fuel Hike: Wealthy Nigerians Smuggling Jet-A1 to W’Africa – Senate Panel

Aviation Fuel Hike: Wealthy Nigerians Smuggling Jet-A1 to W’Africa – Senate Panel

The lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District and the Chairman of the Senate Aviation Committee, Senator Smart Adeyemi, has said that wealthy Nigerians stealing and exporting the Jet –A-1 are responsible for the scarcity of aviation fuel in the country. ...

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Airlines Dump Low Demand Routes As Jet A1 Nears N900/Litre

Airlines Dump Low Demand Routes As Jet A1 Nears N900/Litre

…Reject closure of Lagos airport runway Airline passengers on less viable routes such as Sokoto, Katsina, Bayelsa, Kebbi, Gombe, Yola, Maiduguri, Bauchi, Ilorin, Jos, Ibadan, Calabar and Akure, may find it difficult connecting their destinations by air as operators are ...

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ASUU: Aviation Unions Warn FG, Join Solidarity Strike

ASUU: Aviation Unions Warn FG, Join Solidarity Strike

The Association of Nigeria Aviation Professionals and the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers have called on the Federal Government to urgently and in the interest of the nation put an end to the lingering strike embarked upon by ...

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NIMASA Deploys Special Mission Aircrafts To Fight Oil Theft – Jamoh

NIMASA Deploys Special Mission Aircrafts To Fight Oil Theft – Jamoh

Dr. Bashir Jamoh, Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), has given assurances that two special mission aircrafts in the deep blue project fleet of the agency will be deployed to fight oil theft and protect ...

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5G Networks May Interfere With Aircraft Landing, IATA Warns Nigeria, Others

5G Networks May Interfere With Aircraft Landing, IATA Warns Nigeria, Others

The International Air Transport Association has urged the Federal Government of Nigeria and the governments of other countries to work closely with the aviation industry to ensure that aviation and incumbent aviation safety systems can safely co-exist with new 5G ...

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70 Airlines Extinct In Nigeria, Three Collapses Soon

70 Airlines Extinct In Nigeria, Three Collapses Soon

…FG’s measures to tackle Jet-A1 crisis not yielding result – Airlines Over 70 airlines have gone into extinction in Nigeria in the past few years and three others currently in operation may collapse in the coming weeks, the Airline Operators ...

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Airline Operators Shut Down Operations Nationwide Monday

Airline Operators Shut Down Operations Nationwide Monday

AON said the shutdown would take effect from Monday, due to the increase in the price of aviation fuel which cost N700 per litre. This was contained in a letter by AON President, Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina, and sent to the ...

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New Airport Terminal, MRO Ready Soon – Gov Emmanuel

New Airport Terminal, MRO Ready Soon – Gov Emmanuel

Maintenance Repair and Overhaul facility (MRO), Terminal Building and Taxi Way ongoing construction at Victor Attah International Airport, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, will all be inaugurated this year, Governor Udom Emmanuel said, yesterday. The governor, while inspecting the projects at ...

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A’Ibom Special Duties Commissioner Inspects Attah Int’l Airport

A’Ibom Special Duties Commissioner Inspects Attah Int’l Airport

By Nse-Abasi Odiong Akwa Ibom State Commissioner for Special Duties and Ibom Deep Seaport, Dr. Bassey Okon on Wednesday embarked on an inspection tour to the Victor Attah International Airport. Dr. Okon was conducted round various ongoing project sites at ...

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