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Fokker 100 5N-SIL Crash landed near waypoint GANLA? 10 may 2014

May 10th IRS Fokker crash landing
SAturday, 10 May 2014 a Fokker 100 of Airline “IRS Airlines” crash landed near waypoint GANLA while flying from Slovakia to Nigeria following a C check. 17 more words

New Crashes

IRS Airline Accident / Emergency Landing

An IRS Airlines Fokker 100, registration 5N-SIK performing a positioning flight from Bratislava (Slovakia) to Kano (Nigeria) with 2 crew, was enroute near GANLA waypoint (Niger) when radio contact was lost with the aircraft. 236 more words

NCAA Cedes Absolute Cabotage rights to Emirates

YD SPIRIT
Considering the need to harmonize air transport policies in order to eliminate non physical barriers that hamper the sustainable development of air transport ser Africa… 486 more words

Airlines

A SUMMARY OF THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE MINISTRY OF AVIATION (2011-2013)

The Aviation ministry was established by the Federal Government to build a safe, secured and efficient aviation industry focused on making Nigeria a hub that meets International Standards and Best Practices for the African continent. 1,297 more words

Nigeria

Mark Tells Oduah: Rise Up To Challenges In The Aviation Sector

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The President of the Senate, Senator David Mark, has tasked the Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, and other stakeholders in the sector to rise up to the challenges in the industry to meet the international standards of operation. 329 more words

How Much More Hit Can The NCAA Take

The Nigerian aviation sector has been under public glare due to fatal and near fatal incidents that have plagued the sector of late. This was aggravated lately with reports on news portals and gossip blogs that the NCAA acquired two flagship BMW 7 series armoured vehicles for the embattled minister;who herself is taking a lot of stick for the failings of the aviation sector as well as for her “act of God” comment. 497 more words

THE GAINS OF ENUGU’S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

“The last known international flight out of South-Eastern Nigeria, prior to the Ethiopian Airlines flight was the one that took Ojukwu to Abidjan in 1970.” –Bryan Chaut ‏ 869 more words

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