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    NCAA Loses 61m Passengers’ Ticket Proceeds To Airlines

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    The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) may have lost the mandatory five per cent Ticket Sales Charge (TSC) collected by airlines from over 61 million air travelers within the country in 2016 alone. NCAA, the apex regulatory aviation agency is supposed to collect five per cent TSC from air travelers through the operators but most…

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    Land Vehicle Import Ban: FG To Save N213bn Annually

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    The federal government would earn additional $700million (N213.5billion) as duty payment from vehicle importation through the Nigerian seaports if the ban on importation through the land borders recently issued is implemented, automotive manufacturers disclosed yesterday. The manufacturers, under the umbrella of the Nigeria Automotive Manufacturers Association (NAMA), yesterday said that going by the National Automotive…

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    Abuja Airport Runway Repairs To Gulp N5.8bn – FG

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    The Minister of State for Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, has said the proposed repair of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, runway will cost N5.8 billion. Disclosing this while answering questions from senators at plenary yesterday, the minister said the runway had become necessary in view of the fact that it was as critical as…

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  • Abuja Airport Runway Repairs To Gulp N5.8bn – FG

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    The Minister of State for Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, has said the proposed repair of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, runway will cost N5.8 billion. Disclosing this while answering questions from senators at plenary yesterday, the minister said the runway had become necessary in view of the fact that it was as critical as…

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    Bi-Courtney Refutes Report On Effect Of Recession On Business

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    Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal 2 (MMA2) under a concession agreement has refuted media reports in some national dailies that concessionaires are fleeing the MMA2 terminal due to recession. BASL in a statement made available to journalists, titled: “Re: Concessionaires close shops at MMA2 over recession”  and signed…

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    Airline Operators Decry Poor State of NavAids, Flight Cancellations

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    Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) yesterday expressed disappointment and displeasure at the deplorable state of Navigational Aids at airports around the country which makes flying in the Nigerian airspace virtually impossible during the harmattan season. AON lamented the increasing sufferings of passengers and distruption of operators’ schedules and plans for the yuletide season due to…

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    Medview Airline Rewards Partners, Staff

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    Medview Airlines has honoured some of its partners including aviation agencies, service providers as well as staff for outstanding performances  in the current year with no fewer than 55 of the airlines 365 staff getting awards from the airline for their performance and commitment to the Medview dream. The airline gave awards to the Nigerian…

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  • Edo Communities To Honour Ex-Commissioner, Agba

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    Communities in  Uzanu, Etsako East Local Government of Edo State will come alive on December 26, 2016 as they honour  a former Commissioner of Environment and Public Utilities , Prince Clem Agba. Agba, an indigene of Uzanu of  Uneme  speaking communities in Edo State served as Commissioner for Environment and Public Utilities in the Adams…

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    FG Gives Airlines Jan 1 Deadline To Automate Payments

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    To put an end to Airlines indebtedness to aviation agencies arising from the five per cent ticket sales Charge/Cargo Sales Charge(TSC/CSC), the federal government yesterday gave January 1,2017 as the deadline for airlines operating in the country to automate their remittance / payment systems forthwith. The apex aviation regulatory agency, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA…

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