Unveiling The True State Of Communication Infrastructure At Airports

The symbol of Aviation Communication

NIGERIA Aviation sector has witnessed numerous incidents that claimed the lives of so many air passengers in recent years, the cause of which is yet to be made public, although some of them were unofficially attributed to human errors. Understandably, air traffic controllers are no longer taking anything for granted, as they are ready to raise the alarm over any situation they consider not in line with safety tradition.

Nigeria's aviation sector is collapsing

Sen. Hadi Sirika- Minister of State, Aviation

The Minister of State, Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika, has said that the aviation sector is collapsing but the federal government is determined to revamp the sector to meet international standard. Sirika said this when Guillemette Jaffrin and Bayo Oyewole, from the World Bank, visited him in his office in Abuja to discuss the possibility of World Bank providing assistance for development of the aviation sector. Sirika stated that since inception of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, efforts were geared toward doing things properly.


MMIA: FAAN begins collection of toll at Hajj/Cargo terminal access gate

FAAN Nigera- Cargo Toll Collection Begins
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Wednesday began the collection of toll from motorists using the new access control gate of the Hajj/Cargo terminal at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the toll was collected from motorists before they were allowed to go through the gate. NAN correspondent observed that cars, sports utility vehicles, trucks and lorries paid different amounts to get in.

Court orders Jimoh Ibrahim to pay Air Nigeria staff N475M, nullifies sack

Court orders Jimoh Ibrahim to pay Air Nigeria staff N475M, nullifies sack January 21, 2016 *ordered to pay $309, 270.00 workers’ salary arreas Justice J.T Agbadum- Fishim of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria today delivered a judgment that the termination of over 800 workers of defunct Air Nigeria was wrongful, just as the court ordered the defendant (Air Nigeria) owned by business mogul, Jimoh Ibrahim to pay the claimant the sum of N475, 280, 492.48.
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