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Our president needs a third term to resurrect Nigeria Airways so that he can hand over the presidential fleet to the national carrier as he wanted to do all these years.
In addition, connectivity has been made more dif- ficult by regulatory hurdles -- such as restrictive policies that limit air traffic rights -- and the closure of regional national carriers, including Nigeria Airways and Ghana Airways.
While African countries like Ethiopia, Kenya and South Africa have since then been able to run airlines that by and large meet the mark internationally, Nigeria has floundered ever since Nigeria Airways ceased to exist officially in 2003 (it stopped major operations years before).
Nigeria is to set up a national carrier, 10 years after the former one - Nigeria Airways - ceased operation, the local media reported Monday, quoting Aviation Minister Stella Oduah.
The aviation industry began in Nigeria when the government bought out its branch of the regional West African Transport Authority in 1960, establishing a state-run enterprise called Nigeria Airways. The operation suffered from terrible inefficiencies and was ultimately too costly for the government to maintain; in the early 1980s, Nigeria opened up the market to private companies.
At that time, he recalled, only Nigeria Airways flew the route but there were no schedules.
A Dutch national, John holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Henley Business School, and is a highly experienced aviation industry expert having served as CFO for Virgin Nigeria Airways and Arik Airways.
Nigerian Eagle Airlines The board of Nigerian Eagle Airlines, formerly Virgin Nigeria Airways, has announced the appointment of an Ethiopian, Mr.
Dudley was chief operating officer at Virgin Nigeria Airways until June 2009, while Roijen was chief financial officer at the same airline until March 2009.
GE Aviation said Virgin Nigeria Airways signed a five-year, $15 million OnPoint Solutions services agreement covering MRO on 14 CFM56-3Cs on its Boeing 737-300s.
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