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NIGERIA: First Nation To Operate Charter Operations

First Nation Airways Certificate of Airworthiness, AOC, has been down graded to non-schedule service, which is charter service, by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, as the airline has been operating only one aircraft in the last one year. According to the regulatory authority, the airline can only return to scheduled service after meeting the
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Nigeria: FAA To Assess Nigeria’s Aviation

In August, the  American Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, will visit Nigeria  to assess the country’s civil aviation industry, three years after it carried out similar assessment of the sector. The FAA team is led by Louis Alvarez, Louis Vanstroy (Operations Specialist), Benjamin Garrido (Airworthiness Specialist) and Jeffrey Klang (Attorney). This was disclosed by the General
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NEWS: HondaJet Gets Approval To Fly Brazil

Honda Aircraft received the type certificate for the HA-420 HondaJet from Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency ANAC last week, the aircraft manufacturer announced on Tuesday at LABACE 2017, where it is displaying a HondaJet with a yellow and white paint scheme. Brazilian certification of the jet with over-the-wing-mounted GE Honda HF120 engines follows similar approvals from the U.S. FAA, EASA, Transport Canada and Mexico’s Directorate General of
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Nigeria: FAA To Assess Nigeria’s Aviation

In August, the  American Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, will visit Nigeria  to assess the country’s civil aviation industry, three years after it carried out similar assessment of the sector. The FAA team is led by Louis Alvarez, Louis Vanstroy (Operations Specialist), Benjamin Garrido (Airworthiness Specialist) and Jeffrey Klang (Attorney). This was disclosed by the General
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Nigeria: FAA To Assess Nigeria’s Aviation

In August, the  American Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, will visit Nigeria  to assess the country’s civil aviation industry, three years after it carried out similar assessment of the sector. The FAA team is led by Louis Alvarez, Louis Vanstroy (Operations Specialist), Benjamin Garrido (Airworthiness Specialist) and Jeffrey Klang (Attorney). This was disclosed by the General
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NEWS: HondaJet Gets Approval To Fly Brazil

Honda Aircraft received the type certificate for the HA-420 HondaJet from Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency ANAC last week, the aircraft manufacturer announced on Tuesday at LABACE 2017, where it is displaying a HondaJet with a yellow and white paint scheme. Brazilian certification of the jet with over-the-wing-mounted GE Honda HF120 engines follows similar approvals from the U.S. FAA, EASA, Transport Canada and Mexico’s Directorate General of
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INTERNATIONAL: US aviation trade body urges Brexit negotiators to prioritise airline industry

America’s biggest aviation trade body has called for the airline industry to be dealt with separately in Brexit negotiations, saying it is “absolutely essential” that new deals are struck with Europe and the US. Airlines for America, whose members include American Airlines, Southwest and United, said there was a particular pressure to get an aviation
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