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2 years after, Air Peace to resume Lagos-Asaba route flight Oct. 8

A Nigerian carrier, Air Peace, has announced plans to restart its daily Lagos-Asaba-Lagos flights
on Oct. 8.

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AFARN accords recognition to aviation stakeholders

The Association of Foreign Airlines and Representatives of Nigeria, AFARN, has honoured aviation stakeholders who have made tremendous contributions to the growth of civil aviation in Nigeria. Among those honoured and given awards by the body are veteran pilots, administrators, pioneer air hostesses, aviation reporters, amongst others who have made “sacrifices and contributions in promoting a safe, secured air travel in the country”.

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Air Peace all-female flight gets rousing ovation in Lagos, Abuja, Owerri

The all-female flight, which took off from the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, was operated days after Air Peace produced its first female Captain, Sinmisola Ajibola. The flights, the airline said, were in honour of Sinmisola, to promote gender equality in the nation’s aviation industry and project Nigerian women as capable of standing tall among both their male and female counterparts across the world.

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Aviation minister again in uncharted flight path

Nigeria Aviation Minister, Hadi Sirika is a trained pilot who knows that flights are conducted along well laid out flight paths between two destinations. This is so for effective management of the airspace to guarantee safety of flights and passengers. Such a management is usually to avoid accidents or crashes that can arise from mid-air collisions, flight into blind spot or total loss of an aircraft, to mention but a few.

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