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Nigeria, US Suspend B737 Max Planes From Flying

Nigeria, US Suspend B737 Max Planes From Flying

The Nigerian government has issued a directive, warning that no airline operator should fly Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 models into the country’s airspace, following the worldwide suspension of the airplane models after the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airline Flight 302 in which all 157 persons on board died last Sunday. Two Nigerians,

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More Countries Suspend Boeing 737 Max From Flight Operations

With the rising number of countries that have banned the Boeing 737 Max 8 model aircraft, following the crash of Ethiopian Airline Flight 302 on Sunday 10 March 2019, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has assured air travelers in the country of their safety, affirming that the aircraft model is not in operation in

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9 Directors Of NCAA Sacked

According to reports, the Federal Government on Friday endorses the sack of all the directors of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) with immediate effect. Nine directors were shown the exit by the Minister of State for Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, by the federal government.   Names of those affected by the purge are –

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Arik In Turbulent Weather

Government takeover of ailing Arik Air is generating controversy even as some undercurrents suggest that there could be more to it than the purported rescue mission of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria. Arik air was until recently, the pride of the Nigerian aviation industry; and frequent travellers who patronised the airline did so with

Business Development Institute Lauds FAAN, Honours MD

The Nigerian Institute of Business Development has commended the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, for its cooperation and collaboration towards the progress of the institute. Paul Ikele, registrar of the institute, also disclosed plans to honour Saleh Dunoma, FAAN’s managing director and chief executive officer, CEO, with the award of honorary fellow during its

NCAA Urges Police Commissioner to Check Crimes At Airport 

Capt. Muhtar Usman, director-general, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, has charged the new Commissioner of Police, Airport Command, Taiwo Lakanu, to do his best to help stop the incessant cases of stowaways at the airports.   Usman, according to a statement issued by Fan Ndubuoke, general manager, Public Affairs, NCAA said this while receiving the new

Bullet-Proof Cars: Court Grants EIE Access to Documents

  Enough is Enough, EIE, Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, has been granted leave by a Federal High Court, Lagos, to apply to the court to compel the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA; First Bank of Nigeria, FBN; and Coscharis Motors Limited, to disclose the information requested by the organisation on the purchase of two bullet-proof

Akure Airport Now Cargo Terminal

The Akure Airport has been designated a perishable and non-perishable cargo airport by the federal government. Stella Oduah, minister of aviation, announced this during her courtesy visit to Olusegun Mimiko, governor, Ondo State, recently. According to the minister, the perishable cargo terminal project at the airport is meant to harness the agricultural export capacity of

Jonathan sacks Oduah, three others

  President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday finally sacked the embattled Stella Oduah, Minister of Aviation, Others ministers that equally received the president’s boot are Caleb Olubolade, minister of Police Affairs; Godsday Orubebe, minister of Niger Delta and Yerima Ngama, minister of State for Finance. Whereas it is not yet clear why president Jonathan sent the

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