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SA Airlink’s purchase of Safair rejected by regulatory body

The South African Competition Commission has rejected the proposed purchase of Safair by South Africa (SA) Airlink over competition concerns. The Competition Commission said that it felt the merger of the two airlines would result in the removal of an effective competitor to SA Airlink on routes that it currently operates on. “Safair offers

Dana plane that overshot runway damaged navigational equipment at PH airport – Govt

Damage to the aircraft was substantial with damage to ground navigation equipment Port Harcourt airport was briefly closed for safety reasons and reopened after proper assessment the following morning Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has heightened safety oversight over the operator. The Federal Government of Nigeria came out boldly on Wednesday to

Brazen Banditry at Lagos Airport and Regulatory Agency’s Denial

The Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos. Lagos (Thisday) - Although concerned authorities continue to deny the poaching that is going on at the runway of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, the nefarious activities of daring thieves have drawn attention to the consequences of security breaches at the nation’s busiest airport, Chinedu

NCAA to Sanction Firm Operating Illegal Handling Services at MMIA

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) may sanction an international handling company that is operating illegally in Nigeria. THISDAY learnt that the company, Menzies Aviation had applied to offer its services in Nigeria but started operation before getting approval and while concerned authorities are still processing its request. The ground handling company