Nigerian Air Project Suffers Major Setback +Why It May Never Come To Reality

Nigerians and other stakeholders have been yearning and agitating for a National Carrier project, since the collapse of Nigerian Airways about 15 years ago. In view of this, a merger between two local airlines, Arik and Aero Contractors was proposed, but the Federal Government has foreclosed the possibility. Mr Hadi Sirika, the Minister of State for Aviation, recently said “The suggestion that Aero and Arik Airlines, which are under the control… Continue Reading

My Parents Sold Their Only Car To Pay My Fees in South-Africa…….Ladidi Kwara First Female Pilot

Ladidi Victoria Kolo is a female pilot who is excited about her chosen career. Interestingly, the dream was almost aborted initially because of the high costof training. In this interview with YETUNDE OLADEINDE , the native of Nupeland  goes down memory lane to recount the challenges, getting total support from her parent, her father’s friend, and the desire to go back for further training to qualify as a commercial pilot… Continue Reading

Sinking Ship: The Sad Story of Med-View Airline

Respite is yet to come the way of Nigerian carrier, Med-View Airline as the embattled airline continues to languish in the claws of debt. The airline has suspended international operations reduced regional routes on its flight schedule. The airline, which once had about six aircrafts in its fleet, has suspended flight operations to Gatwick, London, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The airline suspended flight… Continue Reading


Iceland Logistics Ltd has been officially appointed as the country representative for Mach 1 flying academy in Brankpan Johannesburg,. Iceland an aviation service company based in Nigeria will represent the interest of the academy in Nigeria in the area of sourcing and enrollment of interested students that may want to become a trained pilot.As part of the responsibilities of the Iceland. the company will run English proficiency test for non-English… Continue Reading

Nigeria anti-narcotics agents part of airport drug ring

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, on Friday said it had uncovered a suspected drug trafficking cartel that included some of the agency’s staff at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu. This is contained in a statement issued by the agency’s spokesperson in Lagos, Mitchel Ofoyeju, and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). According to the statement, two officers of the agency, Daniel Goska and Ndubuisi… Continue Reading

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