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NCAA fines four erring airlines N8million

Malouda appeals to CAS over French Guiana ban

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has sanctioned four erring airline operators for various degrees of violations. The various operators “were fined ranging from one million and five hundred thousand naira only to Two million Naira only [N1.5m – N2m]. While the other operator involved in a deliberate violation of the Regulations had its Air […]
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Airlines suspend flights to Warri, Gombe airports as FAAN withdraws services

Airlines suspend flights to Warri, Gombe airports as FAAN withdraws services

Louis Ibah The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has notified local airlines of its decision to withdrawal its services at Osubi Airport, Warri, Gombe Airport and Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), Lagos. READ ALSO: FAAN refutes access charge claims into airports Our correspondent learnt that the three airports which are operated by private firms […]
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Low capacity, dearth of local airlines hamper growth in aviation insurance

Low capacity, dearth of local airlines hamper growth in aviation insurance

THE Nigerian insurance sector may continue to witness a lull in aviation business, as low financial and human capacity, huge risk exposure, and dearth of local airlines in the aviation sector continue to put underwriters away from aviation business.
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Nigeria clears $600m belonging to international airlines, says IATA

Nigeria clears $600m belonging to international airlines, says IATA

The International Air Transport Association on Tuesday said Nigeria has repatriated the $600 million, belonging to international airlines that was trapped in the country due to foreign exchange shortages. The Director-General of IATA, Mr Alexandre de Juniac, on its website gave the credence at the 74th IATA Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit […] …

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