Author Archives: Sade Williams

Nnaji accuses Nigerian Embassy in UAE of sabotage for using foreign airlines in evacuation flights

    Posted by Sade Williams   The Chairman House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has berated the Nigerian Embassy in United Arab Emirates for sabotaging the economic interests of Nigeria and Nigerian people.   Honourable Nnaji stated this while reacting to the marketing of Emirates Airlines’ charter flights by the embassy which urged stranded Nigerians in ...

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AIB begins investigation into Turkish, Middle East airlines’ incident

      Posted by Sade Williams    The Accident Investigation Bureau ( AIB), said it has been notified of and has commenced investigation into a serious incident involving an Airbus A330-243 with the Nationality registration Marks OD-MEA operated by Middle East Airline and a Boeing 777 with Nationality and registration Marks TC-LJC operated by Turkish Airline , which occurred ...

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Aviation Lions Club distributes sanitizers, nose masks to passengers, airport workers

    Posted by Sade Williams    Members of the Ikeja Aviation Lions Club have distributed items aimed at preventing the COVID-19 pandemic to passengers and workers at the General Aviation Terminal (MMA 1) of the Murtala Mohammed airport, Ikeja with a plea to them to continue to keep social distancing.   The members, led by the president Engr AbdulRahman ...

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Arik Air recommences flights to Benin, Jos, Owerri, Asaba

  Posted by Sade Williams    Arik Air is continuing its phased restart of domestic flight operations post COVID-19 lockdown with resumption of services to four additional airports of Benin, Jos, Owerri and Asaba.   According to the airline’s spokesman, Ola Banji in a statement,  flights to Benin, Jos and Owerri Airports will resume on Monday, August 3, 2020 while ...

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Emirates resumes Nairobi, Africa flights as Dubai opens for business

  Posted by Sade Williams   As Dubai opens for business, Emirates has announced it will resume flights to Nairobi (from 2 August), Baghdad and Basra (from 10 August). The world’s fastest growing airline is thus expanding its growing network, and offering customers in Africa and around the world more convenient connections to Dubai, and via Dubai. This will take ...

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