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Pictorial news: NAHCO GMD at AIB stakeholders’ forum in Lagos

L-R: Managing Director of Spring Fountain Limited, Mr. Tunde Fagbemi; Director General, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Captain Muhtar Shaibu Usman and Group Managing Director/CEO, Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc, Mrs. Olatokunbo A. Fagbemi, during the 2019 Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) Stakeholders forum in Lagos

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AIB to release 6 final reports in April, spends $1m on training in one year

Commissioner/CEO, Accident Investigation Bureau, (AIB), Engr. Akin Olateru (middle), flanked by Director of Engineering, (AIB), Engr. Mohammed Wali, (left) and Managing Director, Springfountain, Mr. Tunde Fagbemi, during the 2019 Stakeholders’ Forum held at Radisson Blu Hotel,Ikeja, on Thursday. …Olateru harps on need to review procedures Posted by Sade Williams The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), will on April 25, 2019, release ...

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AIB sets to review regulations, hosts forum in Lagos

Engr. Akin Olateru, AIB Commissioner Posted by Sade Williams The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB), Nigeria will be hosting a two-day Stakeholders Forum on the 4th and 5th, April 2019 at Radisson Blu, Ikeja, Lagos, to review its proposed  Civil Aviation Regulations of 2019. The aim of the Forum is to engage stakeholders on the proposed amendments to the Civil Aviation ...

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Dele Ore: How Govt. sacked 47 pilots in one day at Nigeria Airways

Capt. Dele Ore, middle, Taiwo Adenekan, a former staff of Nigeria Airways, left and Segun Koiki, Chairman, League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents at the event of Tuesday …says new national carrier cannot take-off unless.. Posted by Sade Williams Capt Dele, the former Director of Operations, Nigeria Airways has recalled how the Federal government sacked 47 pilots in one day ...

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Ethiopian Crash: B737 MAX 8 not in operation in Nigeria—FG

Senator Hadi Sirika, Minister of State, Aviation …NCAA assures of safety of travellers Posted by Sade Williams Following concerns raised in some quarters about the operations of B737 MAX 8 aircraft, the type involved in the Ethiopian airline crash on Sunday, the Federal Ministry of Aviation and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), have assured Nigerians of safety, saying the ...

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