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Venues for Liverpool, Man Utd away matches in UCL, Europa League confirmed
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Venues for Liverpool, Man Utd away matches in UCL, Europa League confirmed

Liverpool and Manchester United will be free to fly into Spain to take on Real Madrid and Granada in the Champions League and Europa League respectively. SportsMail reports the ban on flights from the UK in Spain is set to be lifted next week. Liverpool played both legs of their Champions League last 16 tie against RB Leipzig on neutral ground at the Puskas Arena in Budapest. United, meanwhile, played their last 32 Europa League away leg last month against another Spanish side, Real Sociedad, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin. But the Red Devils will travel to Spain to face Granada, after the country’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his government announced the lifting of the restrictions. The travel ban on arrivals by air and sea from the UK has been in place since Dece...
Serial Stowaway, Marilyn Hartman, 69, who has taken more than 30 flights over 19-years with no ticket, is arrested for attempting to sneak onto another flight
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Serial Stowaway, Marilyn Hartman, 69, who has taken more than 30 flights over 19-years with no ticket, is arrested for attempting to sneak onto another flight

Marilyn Hartman, a serial American stowaway with a history of illegally boarding planes without a ticket, is back in jail after being arrested at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport The 69-year-old, known as the “Serial Stowaway”, was tracked after her electronic monitor was allegedly activated when she left the facility where she was staying. She was caught attempting to stowaway on a flight at Chicago O'Hare International Airport on Tuesday, March 16. She is currently being held on a trespassing charge, reports Associated Press. Marilyn has snuck onto more than 30 commercial flights without a ticket. In 2018, she managed to get through security at O'Hare and board a flight to London Heathrow without a passport or a ticket. She was last arrested in October 2019 as sh...
Nigerian Man who sat for O-level 10 times but has now travelled to 4 continents in 8 years, with all flights paid for, encourages followers
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Nigerian Man who sat for O-level 10 times but has now travelled to 4 continents in 8 years, with all flights paid for, encourages followers

A Nigerian man who had to sit for O-level 10 times before gaining admission to university, is encouraging his followers with his success story. Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi said he's been to 4 continents in 8 years and all his flights and tuition were paid for. He was also given monthly stipends. Yet, he started out having to write O-level multiple times before gaining admission into UNAD where he graduated with a CGPA of 3.95. He tweeted: Nigeria (Ado Ekiti)-Korea-Germany- Canada (4 continents in 8 years) -All flights paid -Tuition free -Monthly stipends -Started with CGPA of 3.95 from UNAD! -That boy who had 10 sittings in O-level Your dreams are valid!!!! God is ever faithful if you do not give up!  
Dubai Closes all Bars and Clubs as Covid-19 Cases Spike after Influencers Flocked to the City
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Dubai Closes all Bars and Clubs as Covid-19 Cases Spike after Influencers Flocked to the City

All bars and clubs in Dubai are to be shut this February following spike in coronavirus cases. This comes after waves of influencers from different countries jetted out to the UAE to avoid pandemic restrictions and travel bans in their countries. Last week, the UK Government added the UAE to a "red list" of countries, meaning all direct flights from Dubai to Britain were suspended. This is in a bid to stop the new South African variant of Covid from further spreading in the UK. The UK government made it clear that those UK citizens and influencers having fun in the sun in Dubai should return home immediately and self-isolate before the ban set in. However, many of those out in Dubai ignored the UK Prime Minister's requests, mocking the UK lockdown and continuing with the...
China Locks Down a City of 11 Million people to Contain a Coronavirus flare-up
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China Locks Down a City of 11 Million people to Contain a Coronavirus flare-up

China has locked down a city of 11 million people in its northern province of Hebei, in order to contain the country's worst coronavirus flare-up in months. Residents of Shijiazhuang, a provincial capital close to Beijing, have been barred from leaving the city, as major highways were blocked, train and bus stations closed and flights canceled. The lockdown comes as a total of 117 Covid-19 infections including 67 asymptomatic cases were detected in Shijiazhuang on Wednesday. On Thursday, Shijiazhuang identified another 66 positive cases, according to the Hebei provincial health commission. Since January 2, a total of 304 positive cases have been reported in Hebei,  most of which were in Shijiazhuang, official figures show. At a press conference Thursday night, municipal ...
Over 27,000 passengers have arrived Nigeria from abroad since flights resumed —PTF
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Over 27,000 passengers have arrived Nigeria from abroad since flights resumed —PTF

The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 said on Sunday over 27,000 passengers had arrived in the country from abroad since the resumption of international flight operations on September 5. The National Coordinator of the PTF, Dr. Sani Aliyu, who disclosed this at a town hall meeting organized by the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM) in Abuja, said 18,000 passengers came in through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos and 9,000 through the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja. He said the task force came up with stringent procedures because that was required to limit the “importation of COVID-19 to Nigeria, prevent transmission during the flight and reduce the quarantine period.” He told the Nigerians in the Diaspora that public laboratories were not allowed to co...
Passengers Can now Arrive Airport 1 Hour 30 Minutes Before Flights – Hadi Sirika
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Passengers Can now Arrive Airport 1 Hour 30 Minutes Before Flights – Hadi Sirika

The Federal Government has said passengers on Domestic flights can now arrive at the airport one hour thirty minutes before their flight. Recall that the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) had earlier advised passengers to arrive at the airport three hours before their flight so as to undergo all the COVID19 protocols before boarding. However in a tweet posted today July 13, the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, said passengers can now come one hour thirty minutes before their departure time. “My colleagues & I have reviewed passenger facilitation at our airports; consequently I am happy to announce that, henceforth travelers are to arrive one hour and a half before their departure time for domestic flights. Travelers are advised to check in online, please.” he ...
UK denies Air Peace Landing Rights to Evacuate Stranded Nigerians
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UK denies Air Peace Landing Rights to Evacuate Stranded Nigerians

British authorities have denied an Air Peace airline flight deployed to evacuate stranded Nigerians in the UK landing rights. The Nigeria high commission in London which released a statement on Sunday July 12, said the evacuation flights from London Heathrow to Abuja and Lagos will now depart from Gatwick Airport on Tuesday July 14. The statement read; “This is to inform all prospective evacuees that have been issued tickets for the Air Peace flights departing on July 13, 2020, from London Heathrow to Abuja and Lagos, that due to landing clearance issues, the flights have been rescheduled to depart on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, at 10:00am from Gatwick Airport. “Furthermore, Air Peace Airlines has contracted Air Partner to operate the flight on its behalf and any other informat...
Domestic and International Flights Remain Suspended- NCAA
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Domestic and International Flights Remain Suspended- NCAA

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority NCAA says Domestic and International flights in the country remain suspended. The flights were banned as part of measures to contain the spread of Coronavirus in Nigeria. Recall that on June 1, the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 advised the aviation authorities to come up with new guidelines for the operations of domestic flights on or before June 21. Many Nigerians had taken it to mean that domestic flights will resume operation on June 21. The taskforce however came out later to clarify that the June 21 date was for the submission of new guidelines and not the resumption of domestic flights. However, a statement released by the NCAA on Saturday, June 20, states that domestic and International flights remain suspended for now. Only e...
Leave if you Feel Nigeria is Stifling You But Don’t Forget to Give back – Nigerian Professor Writes
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Leave if you Feel Nigeria is Stifling You But Don’t Forget to Give back – Nigerian Professor Writes

A Nigerian Professor of Public Health, Ann Amuta has advised Nigerians who feel the country is stifling them to leave. Amuta who told prospective migrants not to forget giving back when they become successful in the country they settle in, backed her tweets by recounting how a married couple she's friends with migrated to the US in 2010 and now earn a combined salary of $750k annually. She tweeted;   A married couple I am very good friends with who went to med school in Nigeria migrated to the US in 2010. They told me they could barely afford their flights. In 2020, their combined salary is around $750k annually. The guy is in general surgery, his wife pediatrics. They have so much now and have done so much for their families back home. Even built houses and started a...
Major U.S. airlines threaten to ban passengers who refuse to wear masks during their flights under new rules
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Major U.S. airlines threaten to ban passengers who refuse to wear masks during their flights under new rules

U.S. airlines could ban passengers who refuse to wear face masks when traveling during the Coronavirus pandemic, Airlines for America, the US Aviation industry’s main lobby group has announced. According to the group, masks will be provided to passengers who do not have any. The group added that passengers could have their flying privileges revoked under tougher enforcement policies if they are caught flying without masks. Carriers with stricter policies that could see travel privileges of erring customers revoked include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, and the rules will stay in place for at least the next 60 days. The group also revealed that each carrier will decide the appropri...
Airport Reopening: All Passengers Must Arrive Three Hours Before Take Off- FAAN says
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Airport Reopening: All Passengers Must Arrive Three Hours Before Take Off- FAAN says

As the Federal government prepares to lift the ban on domestic flights, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has said that passengers who would be travelling via any of the flights will now be required to be at the airport three hours before takeoff time. In a tweet posted on its handle this afternoon, FAAN said the three hours early arrival is necessary to allow time for passengers to go through the necessary COVID-19 checks before boarding flights. ''#COVID__19 Flight Resumption Protocol for Passengers: You are advised to arrive at the Airport 3 hours before your flight due to the new COVID-19 safety checks.''the tweet read The Presidential Task Force on COVID19 has clarified that the date for resumption of flights is not June 21 as has been speculated. The P...
We Don’t Collect Bribe to Approve Flights – Hadi Sirika Says
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We Don’t Collect Bribe to Approve Flights – Hadi Sirika Says

Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika, has said he has never asked for or received a bribe and has challenged anyone who has contrary information to come forward. Sirika yesterday said the clarification became necessary after backlash from Nigerians on Twitter accusing the Ministry of Aviation of demanding money before flights are approved. Speaking at the presidential task force on COVID-19 briefing in Abuja, he said such claims are false. “I have read also on Twitter that there are certain monies being charged for approval for flights. This is far from the truth. It’s for free. It’s just frivolous; it’s just a pen to be approved,” he said. “Just send a text message, we will send them back as approved. So nobody should con anybody and people should stop living in the p...
CBN Resumes Dollar Sales for SMEs, School Fees
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CBN Resumes Dollar Sales for SMEs, School Fees

In view of the gradual easing of the COVID-19 lockdown both globally and in Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says it has resumed provision of foreign exchange to all commercial banks for onward sales to parents wishing to pay schools fees and SMEs wishing to make essential imports needed to revamp economic activities across the country. In a statement released this afternoon, the apex bank said it is resuming the provision of over US$100 million per week for both categories and has also made complete arrangements to resume foreign exchange sales to the BDC segment of the market for business travels, personal travels, and other designated retail uses, as soon as international flights resume. The bank says there is no need for panic by any end-user that could necessitate ...
Tacha returns back to Nigeria amidst airport lockdown; plans on sharing relief materials
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Tacha returns back to Nigeria amidst airport lockdown; plans on sharing relief materials

Ex-bbnaija housemate and reality TV star, Tacha has finally returned back to Nigeria from the Uk despite the ban on all International flights. Earlier this month, she had said she wasn’t coming back to the country soon because she preferred UK lockdown. Furthermore, she took to her Instagram page to share a video of her returning back to Lagos. She captioned the video saying ; SO STRESSFUL 10hrs STOP IN DUBAI 8HOURS TO LAGOS!! Anyways I’m BACK!!! Deliberating between sharing HAND SANITIZERS, FOODSTUFFS or just SENDING MONEY 
Coronavirus: France Evacuates 260 Citizens from Nigeria Through Lagos Airport
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Coronavirus: France Evacuates 260 Citizens from Nigeria Through Lagos Airport

260 French citizens were airlifted from Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos to Paris on Thursday March 26, following an approval given by the Federal Government to a request by the Air France General Manager in Nigeria, Michel Colleau. Colleau had sought for permission for the airline to land in Lagos to evacuate Dutch and French citizens stuck in Nigeria after the closure of all the major international airports to international flights. The Nigeria Government through the Ministry of Aviation granted the permission for the Air France/KLM flight to operate on the platform of essential flights. An Air France aircraft came in via Cotonou at 2.05pm today, and with the pre-boarding formalities completed, French nationals boarded the aircraft which took off at about 3.44...
Stay at Home – FG Advises Senior Citizens as Coronavirus Spreads Worldwide; to Decide on travel Ban Today
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Stay at Home – FG Advises Senior Citizens as Coronavirus Spreads Worldwide; to Decide on travel Ban Today

As the world continues to battle the Coronavirus pandemic, the Federal government has asked Senior citizens and those with existing underlying medical conditions to stay at home Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, who made the appeal today at a press briefing, said studies have shown that elderly people are more vulnerable to the virus. Speaking at the press briefing, Ehanire said “It is important to note that many people who are infected with coronavirus will experience only mild symptoms and recover without incident. Of great concern are those with existing underlying medical conditions and senior citizens, who are known to be more vulnerable. We strongly advise these citizens to stay more at home. Al Nigerians are required to continue taking necessary precautions to protect...
Kenya’s High Court Suspends Flights From China Over Coronavirus
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Kenya’s High Court Suspends Flights From China Over Coronavirus

The High Court in Kenya has suspended flights from China for ten days over the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus. The order was issued by Justice James Makau after three cases were filed on Friday against the Kenyan government. “Upon perusal of all petitions and prayers sought, I find that unless a conservatory order is issued, Kenyans will be exposed to the deadly disease,” said Justice Makau. He then granted the request and suspended China Southern Airlines flights. According to Reuters, the cases were filed at the High Court by the Law Society of Kenya, two doctors, and a lawyer. The petitioners, who sued Cabinet Secretaries for Health, Transport and Interior, Kenya Airports Authority and the Attorney-General wanted the court to bar travellers from China and other coron...
Vietnam Bans all Flights to and From China over Coronavirus
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Vietnam Bans all Flights to and From China over Coronavirus

Vietnamese Government on Saturday announced that it will be suspending all flights to and from China over the coronavirus epidemic. Announcing a public health emergency, Vietnam's government also said it would stop issuing visas for foreign nationals who had been in China in the past two weeks. Permits granted for flights between Vietnam and China, including Hong Kong and Macau as well as self-ruled Taiwan which China claims as its territory, have been revoked until further notice. However shortly after the statement was released, Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry said it had spoken to the Vietnamese government and had the ban on flights to the island lifted. Recall that the United States and Australia had also announced a temporary ban on granting entry to non-citizens arriving fr...
Third Case of Coronavirus Confirmed in the US
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Third Case of Coronavirus Confirmed in the US

A third case of the deadly coronavirus has been confirmed in the United States, health officials have revealed. The Centers for Disease Control said the patient in Orange County, southern California, tested positive for the disease which has killed 56 in China and infected 2,000 worldwide. The patient had traveled to the US from Wuhan, the city where the killer virus broke out from and was taken into isolation where he remains in good condition. He was actually the one who contacted local health officials, that provided him guidance to reduce exposure to the public while awaiting laboratory confirmation from the CDC. The Orange County agency has consulted with the CDC and the California Department of Health and will follow up with people who have had close contact with the pat...
Air France and Russia suspends flights over Iraq and Iran airspace
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Air France and Russia suspends flights over Iraq and Iran airspace

France’s airline Air France and Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency known as Rosaviation, have announced the suspension of flights over Iraq and Iran's airspace. In a statement released by Air France on Wednesday January 8, the French airline said the suspension became necessary to ensure flight safety. The statement read in parts; “Flight plans are adjusted in real time according to the decisions of the French and regional authorities, throughout the world, in order to ensure the highest level of flight safety." Rosaviation on the other hand recommended suspension of the Russia's airlines' flights over Iran, Iraq, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. It also cited "safety risks". The agency said; "In connection with information about safety risks to international...
Last Words by Pilot of the Crashed Ethiopian Airlines Plane has been Revealed
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Last Words by Pilot of the Crashed Ethiopian Airlines Plane has been Revealed

A new report has revealed that one of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302’s pilots told the other “pitch up, pitch-up” moments before the Boeing 737 Max jetliner crashed three weeks ago. According to The Wall Street Journal, that instruction and other information about the plane’s final moments paint a picture of a flight crew that was quickly overwhelmed. The Ethiopian Airlines jet took off from Addis Ababa on March 10 and ran into trouble almost immediately, the Journal reported. First Officer Ahmed Nur Mohammed contacted the control tower and in a crackling transmission reported a “flight control problem,” according to the newspaper, which cited people close to the ongoing investigation. The tower asked for details as Captain Yared Getachew tried to climb and correct the glide pat...
Air Peace Chairman Decries Passengers’ Reaction to Flight Incidents
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Air Peace Chairman Decries Passengers’ Reaction to Flight Incidents

Consequent upon the depressurisation incident that happened on Lagos-Enugu flight on Friday, the Chairman of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema Saturday condemned the overreaction of passengers when flight incidents involve Nigerian airlines. Onyema condemned the public reaction to the incident during a telephone conversation with THISDAY, noting that some passengers described the incident as if it was a fatality. He said such incidents as change in aircraft pressure “is envisaged to occur sometimes and that is why during passengers briefing before flight take off, they are instructed on what actions to take if such incident happened. “It is sad and disheartening the manner and ways some Nigerians exaggerate situations that occur before, during or after flights. It is as if the count...
Aviation Unions Shut Down Lagos Airport, Flights Grounded
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Aviation Unions Shut Down Lagos Airport, Flights Grounded

Hundreds of passengers are reportedly stranded at the domestic terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport 2(MMA2) on Wednesday, as aviation unions carried out their shutdown threat over the sack of workers by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited. The unions involved in the shutdown are Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and the National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE). They disregarded a Federal High Court order granted Tuesday restraining them from disrupting the operations of the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2). The court granted the order in the suit filed by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of MMA2. The unions had given notice ...
Strike: Labour Unions Disrupt Arik, Air Peace Operations At GAT
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Strike: Labour Unions Disrupt Arik, Air Peace Operations At GAT

In spite of the concession granted aviation unions members to join the ongoing nationwide strike next week, 2nd October, the flight operations of Arik Air and Air Peace has Friday, disrupted for some hours  by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) who invaded  the General Aviation Terminal, GAT, of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos and forced the two airlines to stop processing passengers. The labour union members who arrived as early as 6.30am, took positions inside and outside the terminal building for over four hours. Passengers who had arrived at the airport for the early morning flights could not access the terminal while those who were already inside could not be checked in as the airline staff were forced to desert their duty post. However,...
Ogba Denies Athletes Were Stranded
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Ogba Denies Athletes Were Stranded

Local Organizing Committee chairman of the Asaba 2018 African Athletics Championships, Solomon Ogba yesterday denied  that athletes and delegates were stranded at the Lagos airport. He explained that those who missed their flights were put in hotels in Lagos and when their flights became available they were moved to Asaba. He argued that the problem associated with the travel arrangements were not peculiar to the Asaba 2018 championships as Nigerian teams have also suffered delays, but Nigeria didn’t complain. However, he was quick to apologize to journalists who had to sit on bare floors on the first day of the championships. “We are really sorry for that occasion. The chairs meant for the media area were diverted by another committee and we couldn’t act fast enough to provide ch...
RwandAir To Start Flights To Abuja, Cape Town
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RwandAir To Start Flights To Abuja, Cape Town

RwandAir, the national carrier, is set to expand its wings to Abuja in Nigeria and Cape Town in South Africa. According to airline officials, RwandAir will operate four weekly flights from Kigali to Cape Town with a stopover in Harare, Zimbabwe. However, the officials did not give timeframe during which they intend to start flying to the new destinations, but hastened to add that this will not take long. The Abuja route will be tagged to the existing Accra destination, where the flight will stop in Abuja before heading to Accra in Ghana and is expected to be operated four times a week. "This is yet another big milestone for RwandAir as we continue to expand our network. Our aim is to provide our customers with seamless and better connections on the continent and beyond," said Chance Nd...
Conveyor Belt Operators Strike Grounds Flights At Lagos Airport
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Conveyor Belt Operators Strike Grounds Flights At Lagos Airport

Flights at the international wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos were for several hours disrupted yesterday following a strike action by operators of the belt conveyor to protest against alleged unpaid salaries. The workers, in the employ of OTIS Nigeria Limited, a private company engaged to maintain and operate the carousel, alleged that they had not been paid in the last eight months, because the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) was owing the contractor. But FAAN, which manages all 26 airports nationwide, denied owing the contractor, explaining that the industrial action was due to a “small misunderstanding”. The operators are critical to the quick movement of check-in luggage between the airport and aircraft, hence, what started as an indefinite strike immed...
Kenya Airways Cancels Flights Over Pilots’ Protest
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Kenya Airways Cancels Flights Over Pilots’ Protest

Kenya Airways said in a statement in Nairobi that the airline had, however, made alternative arrangements to take care of all passengers. Kenya Airways cancelled an unspecified number of flights on Monday after pilots refused to take up some shifts, the airline said. Kenya Airways said in a statement in Nairobi that the airline had, however, made alternative arrangements to take care of all passengers. The airline said: “We have cancelled and combined some flights to manage the situation and to ensure our affected guests are taken care of.” The disruptions at the carrier, which says it carries 12,000 passengers a day, started over the weekend. The reason for a “go-slow” action taken by the pilots was not immediately known. The union that represents them, KALPA, went on strike l...
Gulf Blockade Disrupts Qatar Airways Flights
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Gulf Blockade Disrupts Qatar Airways Flights

Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have closed their airspace to Qatari aircraft on Tuesday amid a deepening diplomatic row, forcing Qatar’s flag carrier to re-route its flights over Iran, Turkey and Oman. The decision by the four Arab nations to sever diplomatic ties and cut off sea and air links with Qatar has caused major disruptions to air travel across the Gulf, and raised fears for future of aviation in the region – home to several of the world’s major long-haul carriers. The countries that launched the measures against Qatar have accused it of supporting “terrorism”, a claim Qatar has called “unjustified”. More than 70 flights were grounded across the region on Tuesday, according to data from scheduling firm OAG. A majority of the flights belong to Qatar ...
US Bans Laptops, Tablets On Flights From Muslim Nations
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US Bans Laptops, Tablets On Flights From Muslim Nations

The United States is banning electronic devices such as laptops and tablets from cabin luggage on certain flights originating from eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa, the Associated Press has reported. The new rule, which is expected to be officially announced will take effect today. It will apply to nonstop US-bound flights from 10 international airports in the cities of Cairo in Egypt, Amman in Jordan, Kuwait City in Kuwait, Casablanca in Morocco, Doha in Qatar, Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, Istanbul in Turkey, and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Passengers will be barred from putting laptops, tablets, digital cameras and other large electronics in their carry-on luggage. Only cell phones and approved medical devices would be excluded from the ban...
Free Flights To New Zealand Are Offered To Job Jeekers With IT Skills
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Free Flights To New Zealand Are Offered To Job Jeekers With IT Skills

A free trip to New Zealand to interview for a job in the tech sector. But that's what local authorities and businesses in the capital, Wellington, are offering to 100 talented workers from around the globe as they seek to boost the city's growing tech hub. The idea has caught fire, with 12,000 people completing applications so far and thousands more registering interest ahead of the March 20 deadline. Wellington is looking to revive the growing tech scene by adding 100 new software developers, creative directors, product managers,analysts and digital strategists.
Rosaline Meuer Covers Attention Magazine
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Rosaline Meuer Covers Attention Magazine

Ouch! Did I say you should mind what you wear, what you say or what you do, Because our camera lenses are beaming search lights all over looking for the sassy, the sizzling and the boldly dressed and our hands itching to put online worthy event news. Attention Magazine is subsidiary of Amity Global Network, which covers and carries entertainment, celebrity, political and sports news. The 2017 Febuary edition is of blue impression adorned by the controversial nollywood actress and Oasis lead star Rosaline Meuer! Sure, All hail the Queen. The viewers choice Nollywood diva who has impressed in these movies Red Card, The Getaway, Broken Bond, In the Cupboard, Vendetta‎, Open Marriage, Spellboard etc including Oasis has top 10 facts x-rayed about her. She Nigerian/ Dutch bi-racial model and ...
14 Die In Sub-Freezing Europe Weather
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14 Die In Sub-Freezing Europe Weather

Heavy snowfall and below-freezing temperatures have continued to sweep the European continent, causing more than a dozen deaths, grounding aeroplanes and crippling ferries in Italy and Turkey. At least 10 people have died in the cold that has gripped Poland in recent days, including seven men aged 41 and 66 who died Friday, authorities said. A 51-year-old died of asphyxiation with carbon monoxide from a malfunctioning heater. Temperatures in Poland dropped below -20C on Saturday, and weather forecasts said they would sink more overnight. A man also died on Saturday in Belgium when his truck slid off a highway. In Italy, sub-freezing temperatures were blamed for the deaths of a half-dozen homeless people. Heavy snow and high winds caused re-routed flights, delayed ferri...
Drug Traffickers Excrete 50 Wraps of Cocaine
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Drug Traffickers Excrete 50 Wraps of Cocaine

Two drug trafficking suspects have been arrested with 1.2 kilogrammes of cocaine at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos State. David Achebe, 37, and 43-year-old Daniel Ndukwe were nabbed on Saturday by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency,during an outward screening of passengers on Ethiopian and Egypt airline flights. Achebe excreted 45 wraps of cocaine while Nduwke expelled five wraps of the drug. Achebe said I sell electronics at Alaba market. This is my first time of dealing in drugs. My friend in Hong Kong introduced me to cocaine smuggling. He sent the drug to me. The cocaine was in a black polythene bag containing plantain and pineapples. “I swallowed the 45 wraps in my toilet without my wife’s knowledge. I was promised the sum of N5m which...
Bride-to-be Misses Her Own Wedding After Flight is Canceled
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Bride-to-be Misses Her Own Wedding After Flight is Canceled

A small airline abruptly canceled its flights from JFK to Guyana in South America on Saturday morning, leaving about 1,000 travelers stranded at the Queens airport. Among those left high and dry by Dynamic International Airways was Leezel Cambridge, 27, a bride-to-be who missed her own wedding because of an unexplained snafu in the 2 a.m. flight. Her husband had to tell their 300 guests, who were already waiting at their venue, that she wouldn’t be making it. “I had to cancel it,” she said of her nuptials. She spent Sunday which was supposed to be her wedding day curled up on the airport’s floor with her wedding dress and 15 of her family members.

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