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Crash In US Kills All Onboard

Crash In US Kills All Onboard

An aircraft has crashed into an airport hangar in Texas, United States of America, killing all 10 people on board. Sahara Reporters reports that the plane, a twin-engine Beechcraft BE-350 King Air, crashed shortly after take-off at Addison Airport. It veered into the hangar before bursting into flames, a local fire department official said. Darci […]

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Professionals Seek Better Management Of Aeronautical Information

Professionals Seek Better Management Of Aeronautical Information

Professionals in Nigeria’s aviation industry have called for automation and a better management of aeronautical information services in the country. Speaking at the 2019 Delegates Conference of Aeronautical Information Management Association of Nigeria (AIMAN), the Director General of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Usman Muthar said non automation of Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) “has led […]

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Delta Launches Main Cabin Experience

Delta Launches Main Cabin Experience

Customers can expect to be impressed on board Delta’s international routes* starting this November when the airline debuts its industry-leading Main Cabin experience. Free “Welcome Aboard” cocktails featuring Bellinis to start, hot towel service and mix-and-match options for premium appetizers and larger entrees are just a few of the ways Delta is differentiating its international […]

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What African Union Can Do About Aviation Manpower Gap, By YAAPA Founder

What African Union Can Do About Aviation Manpower Gap, By YAAPA Founder

Cameroon-based founder of the young African Aviation Professionals Association (YAAPA), Fadimatou Noutchemo Simo has said that the African Union can do something to address the prevailing aviation manpower issues in the continent. Speaking at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) 75TH Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit in Seoul, Korea after receiving award of […]

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NAMA Assures Ibom Air Of Safe Airspace

NAMA Assures Ibom Air Of Safe Airspace

The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has assured airlines and other airspace users that the nation’s airspace is safe for seamless and economic air navigation. Managing Director of NAMA, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu made these remarks while receiving the Chief Operating Officer of the newly established Ibom Air, Mr George Uriesi who led a delegation to […]

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Why Some Foreign Airlines Avoid Nigeria’s Airspace

Why Some Foreign Airlines Avoid Nigeria’s Airspace

The Director of Operations at Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Mr. Matthew Pwajok has explained that some foreign airlines have in recent years, avoided Nigeria’s airspace because the agency’s navigational charges are perceived to be relatively higher, when compared to what ASECNA and some other counterparts charge, thereby making the operators patronize those service providers […]

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