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United Nigeria Airlines Increases Frequency To Lagos, Abuja

    Posted by Sade Williams   United Nigeria Airlines has announced an increase in flight frequency from the Murtala Muhammed Airport terminal two (MM2) in Ikeja, Lagos into the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja and vice versa. With the development, United Nigeria Airlines will additionally fly Lagos-Abuja at 16:00hrs every day. United Nigeria Airlines will also, additionally, fly Abuja-Lagos ...

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NAMA Trains, Certifies 24 New Air Traffic Controllers

    Posted by Sade Williams   In a bid to boost capacity and efficiency of air traffic management in the country the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has obtained licenses for 24 newly recruited air traffic control officers from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Organization (NCAA) after successfully undergoing the necessary training and examination on Aerodrome and Approach Control. The ...

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Reps to investigate disbursement of N27bn COVID-19 palliative to airlines

      Posted by Sade Williams    The House of Representatives Committee on Aviation will look into the complaints by airline operators and other stakeholders on the handling of COVID-19 aviation palliative, the committee chairman, Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has said. Honourable Nnaji in a statement stressed that the avalanche concerns raised by stakeholders regarding the matter were too weighty ...

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iPADIS, AFCAC Sign Wide-Ranging Cooperation Agreement

  Posted by Sade Williams   The International Partners for Aviation Development, Innovation and Sustainability (iPADIS) and the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that establishes a framework for mutual cooperation on the future sustainable development of civil aviation on the African continent. “This agreement with AFCAC furthers our shared objective to enhance the ...

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West African Ministers, iPADIS Map Out Air Transport Recovery Plan

    Posted by Sade Williams   A high-level ministerial meeting of Western African States concluded, recently concluded with a 15-point post-covid recovery plan for air transport in the region, including strategies for the long-term sustainable development of the industry. The two-day virtual event on enhancing air connectivity and growth in West Africa was organized by the Federal Ministry of ...

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