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Airline Operators Should Get Their Priorities Right, Sirika tasks

-Oru Leonard   The minister of state for aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika airline operators should get their priorities right. He gave the advice to Airline Operators while speaking with journalists on Friday at the general aviation terminal (GAT), Lagos. According to him, “I think it is getting their priority right and doing the

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Sirika says ‘fundamental issues’ cause delay in completion of Abuja Airport new terminal

-Oru Leonard   Minister of State for Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, says delay in the Completion of Abuja Airport New Terminal is Caused by fundamental Issues. Sirika stated this on Tuesday during an inspection tour of the new terminal building at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, that was  to be completed by December

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Passengers stranded at Abuja Airport as Flights Delay, Cancel at Abuja Airport over bad weather

    Most passengers were stranded as some domestic and international airlines on Wednesday delayed or cancelled their flights at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, due to adverse weather conditions. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that the affected flights involved are Air Peace, Dana Air, Arik Air, Azman and Air

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Govt subsidy makes NCAT the Cheapest Place to Train, Rector says

Oru Leonard,Abuja   The Rector, Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria (NCAT), Capt. Abdulsalam Muhammed , disclosed that against popular opinion of the school being expensive, NCAT is the cheapest place to train anywhere due to the government subsidy. The Rector who disclosed this in an interview during the International Civil Aviation Organization,World

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Air Peace celebrates anniversary, gives over 1,000 free tickets, gifts

Anietie Udobit,Abuja   Air Peace, Nigeria’s leading airline is celebrating third anniversary, and has given out over 1,000 free tickets, television sets, fridges and other gift items to its loyal customers and agents. The carrier, which commenced scheduled flight operations to five destinations on October 24, 2014, said the gifts were its way

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