Author Archives: Sade Williams

Quorum Aviation Signs $2b strategic deal with 328 Dornier

  …airline to provide aircraft for Abuja-Kaduna air Shuttle   Posted by Sade Williams   As part of plans to support the growth of new regional air connectivity in Nigeria and West African region, Quorum Aviation Limited, a fast-growing Nigerian airline and 328 Support Services, a United States of America based company, on Monday signed a strategic partnership deal worth ...

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81 female pupils bag APWEN scholarships in Nigeria

      Posted by Sade Williams     A total of 81 female pupils in various primary schools across the country have been awarded scholarships to study science and engineering to University levels by the Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN) between 2018 and 2019.   The immediate past president of APWEN Engr. Dr Felicia Nnena Agubata ...

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FAAN, NCC partner to check Copyright Piracy

  Posted by Sade Williams     The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) have committed to the development and implementation of a national anti-piracy strategy to address the sale of pirated books, films, music and other copyright infringing materials in and around the nation’s local and international airports.   Both Federal agencies agreed to ...

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7.3m passengers passed through MMIA in 2019, says Shin-Aba

  Victoria Shin Aba     …Cargo records 187, 494,338.71, aircraft movement up 5.20%     Posted by Sade Williams     A total of 7.319,118 million passengers passed through the Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMA) Ikeja in 2019 while cargo movement was 187,494.338. 71kg during the period, Mrs Victoria Shin Aba, manager South West Airports of the Federal Airport ...

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The path to grow Nigeria’s aviation

    By Simon Tumba   For a long time aviation stakeholders have been expressing concern over the stagnant or retarding predicament of this massive sector, considering our natural, human and economic potentials. Perhaps based on these factors, including the $1.3 billion annually repatriated by foreign airlines, Senator Hadi Sirika put out a plan over four years ago to set ...

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