Court adjourns till Sept. 12 suit challenging Lagos PDP congresses

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has adjourned till September 12 the suit instituted by nine aggrieved members of the Peoples Democratic Party, against the party’s national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus and Mr. Moshood Salvador over the state congresses. Also joined in the suit instituted by Ishola Isiaka Shodiya, Ismaila Abiodun Abiola, Mr. Kehinde Adelani, Mr. Kazeem Adeyemi, Awoyemi Abayomi, Adegboyega  Adegbesan, Olalekan Bello, Florence Akojenu and Wasiu Aderounmu are the PDP, Dr. Eddy Olafeso, the party’s South-West Zone, National Vice Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). alongside Secondus and Salvador…

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South African Airways increases Luanda frequency

South African Airways (SAA) has increased frequency to Luanda, Angola, creating a seamless travel experience for customers travelling to various destinations on the SAA network on all continents. SAA’s African and Asian destinations in particular will have an increased connectivity allowing for seamless travel. The two extra weekly flights will commence with effect from 9 September 2018, bringing SAA’s total weekly operations between Johannesburg and Luanda to four flights per week. SAA has been operating to Luanda for more than 30 years, making it one of the leading airlines in…

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Air Peace hails, rewards victorious Anambra’s Technovation students with free tickets

Air Peace has congratulated five Anambra State students and their teachers on emerging victorious in the recent Technology challenge held in the United States The Airline, honoured the students with free return Owerri-Abuja tickets to facilitate their visit to the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Thursday. The five Anambra students from Regina Pacies Secondary School, Onitsha represented Nigeria and Africa at the World Technovation Challenge in the Silicon Valley in San Francisco, United States and defeated Spain, USA, Turkey, Uzbekistan and China to lift the gold medal in the contest. They…

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Worldwide annual air passenger numbers exceed 4 billion

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced industry performance statistics for 2017. Worldwide annual air passenger numbers exceeded four billion for the first time, supported by a broad-based improvement in global economic conditions and lower average airfares. At the same time, airlines connected a record number of cities worldwide, providing regular services to over 20,000 city pairs in 2017, more than double the level of 1995. Such increases in direct services improve the industry’s efficiency by cutting costs and saving time for both travelers and shippers alike. This information…

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Enugu airport runway safe, of international standard, NCAA, FAAN tell South East Governors

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria ( FAAN) and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) have told the South Eastern Governors that the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu runway is safe and of international standard. Speaking after the inspection of the airport, the NCAA, and FAAN gave the Enugu state government the conditions it should meet as regards previous interactions to ensure that flights can go in and out of the airport beyond 6:30pm in the evening. A delegation from FAAN and the NCAA made its way to the Enugu…

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