- Union urges FG to halt move
The renewed concession of four of Nigeria’s major airports by the Federal Government may lead to a fresh crisis, as the Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association (ATSSSAN) said it would challenge the policy and had mapped out strategy to do so.
ATSSSAN FAAN branch Chairman, Ahmed Danjuma, told our correspondent that the policy was not the best answer.
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The apex aviation regulatory body, the Nigerian Civil
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The Federal Government has been urged to pay more attention
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