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Int’l Civil Aviation Day: Sirika Restates Nigeria’s Commitment to ICAO’s Ideals

  Posted by Sade Williams As the global aviation community comes together to celebrate the 2022 International Civil Aviation Day, Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has restated the nation’s commitment to the ideals of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). According to Sirika, the theme for International Civil Aviation Day 2022 which is, “Advancing Innovation for Global Aviation ...

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Emirates ramps up operations to London Gatwick with third daily A380 service

    Posted by Sade Williams   Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, has ramped up its operations to Gatwick Airport with the addition of a third daily A380 flight. The airline continues to scale up its UK operations to meet sustained demand ahead of the holiday rush. The additional frequency will offer enhanced capacity with more than 1,000 seats ...

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Dana Air Recognised for Supporting Young Aviation Professionals

    ….Bags Most Resilient Airline award   Posted by Sade Williams   Dana Air has been recognised for consistently supporting young aviation professionals at the recently concluded Explore Aviation Careers Conference and Cabin Crew Fair held at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority Annex Ikeja, Lagos Aviation careers conference, an initiative of MamaJ Aviation consult is a yearly initiative designed ...

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Blocked Funds: Reps Appeal for understanding as $550m still held in Nigeria

  Posted by Sade Williams   The House of Representatives Committee Chairman on Aviation, Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has appealed to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to prevail on its member airlines to show understanding as the various organs of government were making efforts to ensure that their tickets proceeds are duly remitted. This is just as the members heard ...

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Aviation industry loses $5bn annually to ground damage to aircraft as IATA seeks transition to enhanced GSE

    Posted by Sade Williams   The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called for a transition to enhanced Ground Support Equipment (GSE) to improve safety and contain the cost of ground damage involving GSE. This is just as the association has said the industry incures a whooping $5 billion annually from damage caused to aircraft by GSE. Enhanced ...

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