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Babalakin wins Most Outstanding Aviation Terminal Operator Award

Chairman of The Resort Group, Dr. Wale Babalakin (SAN), has won the Most Outstanding Terminal Operator of the Year 2017 Award with his Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), a member

Implementation of the Federal Government’s Ease of Doing Business; FAAN’s Giant Strides

In 2017, the Federal Government of Nigeria launched a programme tagged Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria. This programme is targeted at ensuring that government agencies deliver

SIGNALIS becomes Airbus

SIGNALIS, a subsidiary of Airbus since its creation in 2011, has been fully integrated into the Airbus CIS (Communications, Intelligence and Security) business becoming the Maritime Surveillance Centre

Boeing 737 MAX 9 Awarded FAA Certification

Boeing announced today that the 737 MAX 9 has received an amended type certificate (ATC) from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), officially certifying the airplane for commercial

Airbus’ A321LR Goes the Distance to Open New Horizons for Airlines

The best-selling A320 Family marked a new milestone with yesterday’s Paris-to-New York nonstop flight flown by the A321LR – demonstrating this jetliner version’s ability to serve new markets

AIB Set to Investigate Delta Airlines Fire Incident

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has barred engineers from going near Delta Air’s aircraft that made an emergency landing when the crew noticed fire on the left engine

Aviation: Business as usual? Is that acceptable? Opinion by Harold Goodwin

Globally aviation emits around 2% of CO2 and other greenhouse gases, bring its total emissions to around 5% of the global total; if aviation were a country it

PAHCOL Suspend Operations

Precision Aviation Handling Company Limited (PAHCOL) Limited, an aviation ground handling and its partner, Aviation Handling Services (AHS) International have suspended ground handling operations at the Murtala Muhammed

Russian Plane Crash Kills All 71 People on Board

The crew of the Saratov Airlines flight that crashed near Moscow on Sunday didn't report any problems before the plane crashed into snowy terrain, killing all 71 people

Can Science Beat Jet Lag? Airlines Seek Help for 19-Hour Flights

A wave of ultra-long flights that will get you halfway around the world in one hop is pushing airlines to deal with the one extra you can’t escape: