SAHCO fumigates cargo area of MMIA against Covid 19

Skyway Aviation Handling Company PLC (SAHCO) has carried out a comprehensive fumigation of the cargo area of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport as part of its contribution to the control of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic since the Cargo Terminal has been saddled with the responsibility of handling the influx of essential supplies in the fight against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. SAHCO has also been entrusted with providing aviation ground handling services for some evacuation flights of nationals of other countries, this is due to the restriction…

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Nnaji urges privileged Nigerians to reach out to less privileged ones

A member of the House of Representatives, Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has appealed to the privileged Nigerians to reach out to the less privileged and vulnerable people around them with whatever food items they can lay hands on to help cushion the impact of the lockdown directives by the States and Federal Governments on majority of Nigerians. Honourable Nnaji who is the chairman House Committee on Aviation, made the appeal at the weekend while distributing food items comprising of 600 bags of rice and 600 cartons of noodles including some amount…

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Arrest of Carveton Pilots: NANTA commends call for peaceful resolution

National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) has praised the ongoing efforts by the federal government to meet with Rivers State government to find amicable settlement to free detained pilots of Carveton Helicopters. The association is pleased to know that that pilots were not taken to conventional correction centers but held at River government owned hotel. Susan Akporiaye, president of the private sector travel trade group, disclosed that the pressures and fear of the uncommon times the nation finds itself must have lead to the unfortunate event. She said” I’m…

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COVID-19: U.S. repatriates 997 Americans back home  

The U.S. Mission in Nigeria has helped 997 Americans return home to reunite with family and friends during this time of unprecedented challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  From April 6-8, three U.S. Consulate-organized chartered flights operated by Delta Air Lines and Ethiopian Airlines repatriated 850 American citizens from the Murtala Mohammed International Airport Lagos to the United States. This is in addition to the 147 U.S. citizens who departed Abuja on April 4. The repatriation flights were made possible by a tremendous effort by the U.S. Consulate team and…

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