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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!

Dana Air opens more outlets, set for further expansion  

  Nigerian carrier, Dana Air has opened more sales and ticketing outlets in Abuja and Uyo to provide more convenient booking options for its guests. The airline in a statement by its Media and Communications Manager, Kingsley Ezenwa said the outlets which will be officially opened on the 2nd of June …

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Osoba applauds Air Peace as Onyema wins Zik prize for leadership

Former Governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba on Sunday praised Air Peace for fighting its way to the top spot as the biggest airline in West and Central Africa despite the daunting challenges of doing business in the aviation sector. Osoba made the commendation in Lagos during the 2018 …

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How Dr. James King saved a dying passenger Aboard Azman Air

Read the personal narration of the chilling story below: “Its getting clearer now, …why I was born. I just saved a life who would have possibly died midair in the aircraft I was a passenger in. I was on seat 14F of BOEING 737-300 of AZMAN AIR from Kano to …

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Dana  Air Passengers to Pay Less on tickets , Cab Services with new Product, partnership

  Dana Air’s guests are in for an exciting time with the airline’s recently introduced product ‘Cash plus Miles’ for members of its reward program called Dana Miles. With the new initiative, passengers flying Dana Air who are also members of the airline’s Loyalty and Reward program- Dana miles can …

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Turkish Airlines Extends Operations to Port Harcourt

 Turkish Airlines, the national  carrier of Turkey continues its expansion with the announcement of the commencement of operations from Port-Harcourt airport with effect from June 2019. Flying to more destinations than any other airline,  Turkish Airlines has again demonstrated its commitment to offer new international gateways across the world for its guests. …

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India’s debt-ridden Jet Airways suspends all operations

India’s debt-stricken Jet Airways has announced the suspension of all operations after failing to secure emergency funding from lenders. The carrier, saddled with roughly $1.2bn of bank debt, has been teetering for weeks after failing to receive a stopgap loan of about $217m from its lenders as part of a rescue …

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Air Peace surprises travellers, deploys B777 for Easter operations

West and Central Africa’s biggest airline, Air Peace on Thursday pulled a big surprise on the travelling public with its plan to deploy its wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft for its domestic operations on the Port Harcourt-Abuja and Abuja-Port Harcourt routes on Easter Friday and Monday. Air Peace recently acquired four …

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Emirates marks significant fleet renewal milestones

Airline completes reconfiguration of all 10 Boeing 777-200LR aircraft Last two Boeing 777-300 Classic aircraft retiring from fleet Dubai, U.A.E., 15 April 2019- Emirates is committed to offering its customers an unparalleled onboard experience and maintaining the highest standards of safety and efficiency with a modern all wide-body aircraft fleet. Reconfiguration …

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Water cannon salute at Dubai airport goes wrong, plane hatch opens

A passenger of a Saudia Airlines flight bound to Dubai was injured after a water cannon salute, that was intended to celebrate the Saudi Arabia National Day, went awry, according to a report made public recently by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). The incident happened on September 20 …

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Air Peace decorates 2 new captains, insists on high safety standards

West Africa’s biggest carrier, Air Peace on Monday elevated two members of its flight crew to the rank of captain, urging them to sustain the high safety standards the carrier is reputed for. Speaking during the decoration of Mr. Oluwasegun Fatonade and Mr. William Devine as captains at Air Peace …

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