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John Ojikutu

14 Jan
Airline operators have raised concerns over the feasibility of Nigerian airports adopting the daily slot system for domestic scheduled operations.
6 Apr 2021
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority's (NCAA) has uncovered unpaid levies to the tune of N1.545 billion and several safety violations in the operations of embattled Azman Air.
20 Jan 2021
Aviation stakeholders have expressed worry over the quality of aviation fuel airlines use locally, especially its exposure to contaminants within the supply chain. The concern is not unconnected with recent findings that linked some air crashes and contaminated fuel.
15 Jan 2021
As nations go into another round of lockdowns in response to the second wave of coronavirus (COVID-19), Nigerians have warned government against shutting down the economy again, saying the impact of doing so will be deadlier than the effect of COIVID-19 itself.
6 Jun 2020
Except you are around in the industry in the 1980s and 1990s, you may not understand what is going on now. For me, there is nothing wrong in what has happened. We only need to remove sentiments from it.
22 Aug 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday disclosed he would retain his position as Minister of Petroleum Resources, working alongside former Bayelsa State Governor Timipre Sylva...
17 Apr 2019
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has again threatened to withdraw both aviation security and firefighting personnel from some airports over debt in excess of N2.6 billion beginning from May 1. The fresh warning is coming after an earli­er notice was issued last December to private and state-owned aerodromes, though was later suspended due…
15 Oct 2018
Experts in the aviation industry have decried the response of Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) team to a recent fire incident involving Overland Airways aircraft, describing it as poor and unbefitting of a modern airport.
29 Oct 2017
For me, concession of the airports is the way to go. It is not because other government agencies have failed, but because that is now the international norm, particularly as aviation is concerned.
20 Jan 2017
Operations of domestic airlines in the country have again dropped in figures as at least two in every three flights are now delayed nationwide.
9 Jan 2017
Foreign airlines are considering suspension of their services over government’s decision to close down Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja runway for six weeks due to planned construction work.

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