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Shareholders approve Med-View Airline recapitalization plan

Shareholders of Med-View Airline Plc, have approved the proposed plan by its Board of Directors to recapitalize the company. Consequently, the shareholders unanimously ratified all resolutions presented by the Board at the Annual General Meeting, AGM, in Lagos last week. Part of the resolutions passed include: “That the Directors be authorized

Cathay Pacific ends skirts-only rule for female staff

Female cabin crew at Cathay Pacific have won a battle to scrap a rule forcing them to wear skirts. The Hong Kong airline has agreed flight attendants can choose to wear trousers, after intense union pressure. Some crew had complained that wearing short skirts had made them feel uncomfortable - especially when

Arms-bearing aviation personnel ready for Nigerian airports

The Nigerian government on Thursday stated that adequately trained aviation security personnel, who would bear arms, were ready to start showing up at selected airports across the country. It stated that with the support of the United Nations and the European Union, young men and women had been trained in counter-terrorism

Lufthansa Cargo to sell Brussels Airlines’ belly space

  Brussels Airlines is the flag carrier and largest airline of Belgium. Operates to over 90 destinations in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia and also offers charter services, maintenance and crew training. Covers 17 African destinations. Lufthansa Cargo will market the cargo capacities of Brussels Airlines, owned by the Lufthansa Group, from September, a move the two airlines claim will benefit

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