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No court can stop national carrier – Aviation minister Sirika tells domestic airlines

No court can stop national carrier - Aviation minister Sirika tells domestic airlines

Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika has pushed back at a subsisting lawsuit recently filed against the Federal Government over the establishment of Nigeria Air, saying the national carrier formation will go ahead. About eight domestic airlines last week Friday, November 11,  sued the FG in court, listing Nigerian Air, Ethiopian …

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Aviation workers issue 14-day ultimatum as they begin protest against anti-labour clauses

Aviation workers issue 14-day ultimatum as they?begin protest against anti-labour clauses

A coalition of aviation workers’ unions have threatened to proceed with industrial action in the next 14 days if their demands are not met.   The workers will hold rallies today, September 12, at airports nationwide to protest anti-labour clauses in new aviation bills currently awaiting the assent of President Muhammadu Buhari. …

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Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode and Dino Melaye fight dirty on Instagram

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode and Dino Melaye fight dirty on Instagram

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode and ex-Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye are fighting dirty on Instagram.  Both men have been at each other’s throats in the last few days.  The fight between the former allies began a few days ago after Melaye allegedly stated that all governors under the Peoples Democratic …

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We stand by our decision ? Airlines insist on shutting operations over increased price of aviation fuel

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Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) have insisted on shutting down domestic flights across the country from Monday May 9, over increased price of aviation fuel.    In a statement released after the federal government’s asked them to consider the multiplier effect of their decision on travellers, the AON maintained they are …

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This controversial rule is ruining Hong Kong’s status as an aviation hub

This controversial rule is ruining Hong Kong's status as an aviation hub

The government recently allowed flights from nine countries, including Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, to resume after bans that lasted two to three months, but airlines continue to struggle with the city’s strict “zero Covid” policy. Officials this week temporarily banned flights again from India, Pakistan and …

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