This week’s update

A few updates:

  • Dana Air has sent its employees on compulsory leave, since the airline’s intentions to resume services have met with political resistance.
  • Med-View Airlines currently wet-leases a B737-800 (CS-TQU) from EuroAtlantic Airways.
  • A second A319 (5N-FNE; ex-EI-DVU) has been painted in FirstNation Airways’ colours. The airline aims to resume commercial operations next year.
  • Overland Airways has resumed its daily Abuja-Asaba service.
  • Four suspects were arrested near Enugu Airport, with two boxes of fireworks in their car.
  • The Aviation Investigation Bureau will soon get its own accident investigation laboratory in Abuja at a cost of US$5.5 million.
  • Aero has been awarded a Best Domestic Airline of the year 2012 prize.
  • The FG is planning to impose stricter rules on the operation of private, corporate and charter aircraft in Nigeria.
  • Niger State has allocated N80 million for the training of ten pilots by NCAT at Zaria and Minna.
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One response to “This week’s update”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Aero- much expected!

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