Nigeria’s Aircraft, Airspace Safe, NCAA DG Says

The NCAA DG was reacting to a statement allegedly made by the Chairperson, Senate Committee on Aviation, Smart Adeyemi, that the industry was in critical condition. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Tuesday affirmed that the country's airlines and aircraft are safe for air travellers and operations. The NCAA Director-General, Musa Nuhu, made the assertion while... Continue Reading →

Senate warns of looming danger in Aviation sector

The Senate on Monday called on the Federal Government to take steps to avert what it described as looming danger in the aviation sector as a result of scarcity of maintenance parts for commercial airlines in the country. Chairman, Senate Committee on Aviation, Senator Smart Adeyemi (Kogi West), made the call at a press conference... Continue Reading →

Emirates Airline Says President To Step Down

Tim Clark, president of Emirates, the Middle East’s biggest carrier, will step down from his position after 16 years in June 2020, the airline said Tuesday. “We can confirm Sir Tim’s retirement, in June 2020,” a spokesperson told Gulf News, without elaborating. Clark, 70, joined Emirates in 1985, when it began operations with two leased... Continue Reading →

Air Peace Under Investigation After Aircraft Developed Engine Failure Shortly After Takeoff

A major disaster was averted after a serious incident involving a Boeing 737-500 aircraft operated by Air Peace, with registration marks, 5N-BUJ developed engine failure shortly after takeoff Sahara Reporters and Linda Ikeji's Blog reports. The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has said it was investigating a serious incident involving a Boeing 737-500 aircraft operated by... Continue Reading →

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