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Miss Centenary: Arik acquires queen for 100 years

Miss Centenary: Arik acquires queen for 100 years

Former beauty queen and initiator of Miss Nigeria’s Centenary Pageant, Ms. Nike Oshinowo, has begun a tour of corporate organisations and service industry with the winner of the beauty pageant, Miss Queen Ubah.

NCAA to revoke airline licenses granted without due process

THE Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has begun re-assessment of licences of airlines which were alleged to have been awarded without following due process.
   Criticism had trailed the award of Air Operators Certificate (AOC) to about three airlines last year before the Director-General of NCAA, Captain Fola Akinkuotu assumed office.    The situation raised huge safety concern.

ICAO, IATA, confirm 2013 as safest year for global aviation

THE International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have confirmed that 2013 was the safest year ever recorded in terms of fatalities for scheduled international air transport operations in a data jointly released by the bodies.
  The international bodies stated that although the number of aviation accidents involving fatalities remained steady at nine during 2013, adding that, fatalities themselves were down, a significant of 53.5 per cent from 2012, dropping to only 173 compared to 372 the previous year.

Aviation experts prescribe designation of three domestic airlines as national carriers

 Aviation experts under the aegis of Aviation safety Round Table Initiative on Thursday urged the Federal Government to as a matter of emergency designate three domestic carrier as national carrier.

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