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Joy Ogbebo

My name is joy Ogbebo. I have spent Twenty four years in the Aviation Industry as a Cabin Crew, Crew Development Purser, Crew Line Manager, Line Trainer, Performance Manager. Customer Relationship and Head Cabin & Inflight Services. This is an industry I am very passionate about. Am happy to share my knowledge and experiences with the world. Please be my guest! Welcome Onboard!

Max Air signs agreement with FG to evacuate 3,184 Nigerians from Libya

Max Air Ltd., says it has signed contract agreement with the Federal government to evacuate 3,184 of the 5,037 Nigerians expected to return from Libya. Alhaji Ibrahim Dahiru, the airline’s Public Relations Manager, said in a statement in Kano on Sunday. Dahiru said that the contract agreement was signed between …

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Air Peace plans massive expansion in 2018, thanks customers, staff

Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace has pledged to end the air travel woes of most underserved destinations in Nigeria and the West Coast of Africa and offer the flying public a preferred alternative on some key international routes in 2018. Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema gave …

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Angry London, Dubai Bound Passengers Disrupt Med-View Airline Activities At Lagos Airport

…As Carrier Appeals To Nigerian Passengers For Understanding …Assures Passengers Of Flight Resumption Tomorrow Angry Med-View Airline London bound passengers today disrupted the airlines operations over failure by the carrier to fly them to London as agreed. They alleged that they have been stranded at the international wing of the …

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Dana Air Launches Smart Sale, Appreciates Travel Agents with Christmas Gifts

As part of efforts to ensure that its guests continue to enjoy best fares on its flights, one of Nigeria’s leading airlines Dana Air, has launched the Dana Air Smart Sale to encourage its guests to book early, plan their trips and get smart fares on their roundtrip booking on …

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Five killed in Florida plane crash on Christmas Eve

The deaths of pilot and father John Shannon, his two daughters, son-in-law and a family friend are described as a “tragedy” A family’s Christmas reunion has ended in tragedy after five of them were killed in a plane crash in Florida. The group died when their light aircraft came down …

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Air Peace Takes Delivery Of New Aircraft

The yuletide operations of Nigeria’s leading carrier, Air Peace got a big boost on Sunday with the delivery of one of its newly acquired aircraft. The airliner, a Boeing 737-300, touched down at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos at about 6.30 pm. The aircraft which was flown in by Capt. Ikechukwu Paul Ugochukwu …

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Arik apologises over operations disruption as cabin crew embark on Work-to-rule

FLIGHTS of Arik Air were this morning disrupted as the airline’s cabin crew embarked on on a work-to-rule action which cost some down time across the airline’s operations. A work-to-rule is an industrial action where employees do not go beyond the minimum required by the rules guiding their contracts while …

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NAHCO truck hits, damages Air Peace aircraft in Lagos

A truck operated by the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) on Thursday rammed into and damaged an aircraft belonging to Air Peace at the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, disrupting some of its flights. The incident occurred in the morning during the loading of passengers’ luggage into the cargo hold …

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Etihad Airways Increases Maldives Frequency From Daily To 11 Flights A Week In Summer 2018

Etihad Airways today announced four additional weekly flights on the popular Abu Dhabi – Malé route, taking frequency to the idyllic Maldives to 11 services a week from June next year. The extra flights, effective 15 June 2018, will operate year-round and provide more travel options with an early morning …

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Air Peace blames power failure for flight delays, appeals to passengers

Air Peace has attributed the delay and cancellation of some its flights on Monday and Tuesday to a power surge at the General Aviation Terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, which cut electricity supply to its offices at the facility. A statement issued by the Corporate Communications  Manager of …

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