Aviation: Transportation camp helps Turlock Christian student fly high

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Turlock Christian High School senior Kojo Bekoe-Sakyi remembers the first time he saw an airplane in person. He was at an airport heading to West Africa with his family, and, awestruck, he marveled at how something so heavy was able to fly. That particular moment has stuck in Bekoe-Sakyi’s mind throughout the years, he said, because it helped him decide […]

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Aircraft Operators: Why 47 Nigerian Airlines Closed Shop in 30 Years

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Diverse challenges mitigating against the smooth and profitable operations of airline business in Nigeria, have led to the closure of 47 airlines in the last 30 years. Some of the challenges include multiple taxation, policy deviation and policy contradiction by the executive arm of government, and high cost of renting ground space at airports. The Secretary General of Aircraft Operators […]

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Nigerian Travel Agents protest as Spanish Embassy rejects visa applications for Skal meeting

By Ajibola Amzat THE National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) has criticized the Spanish Embassy over its “racist” treatment of Nigerians who seek to travel to Spain. In an -mail sent to The Guardian recently, NANTA accused the Spanish Embassy of collecting visa fees from Nigerians without refunding such fees when the applications are rejected, describing such practice as […]

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