This week’s update

Short updates:

  • The Nigeria Customs Service has accepted its new Cessna Citation CJ4 (5N-DIA) surveillance jet, which was ordered by the Federal Government in May 2012. The aircraft serves as a private jet for the NCS as the necessary surveillance equipment has not be installed yet. The Nigeria Customs Service also operates two Bell 427s.
  • The domestic airlines have rejected a proposal by the Federal Government to merge into a single carrier.
  • The Federal Government has approved twelve airports for Haji operation that will start on 17 September.
  • Is there any truth in the rumour that Hak Air will become Nigeria’s new national carrier?
  • A new issue of Arik Wings is available online.
  • ExecuJet will its second African fixed-base operation in Lagos (based at the Quits Aviation hangar).
  • According to the NCAA, Air Namibia will open a direct Windhoek-Lagos link next year.
  • Delta Air Lines has terminated its New York – Abuja service on 28 August 2012.
  • Aero will take delivery of a fifth B737-400 from GECAS (5N-BPR; ex-N608SC). The fourteen year old aircraft should leave Lasham for Lagos today.

Aero – B737-400 – 5N-BPR (copyright A.J. Best)

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One response to “This week’s update”

  1. Nwete Bethrand says :

    A vibrant young gratuate from one of the best university in Nigeria.Good at managerial functions, Analytical initiatives,Team work and good human relation. But still unemploy

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