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BREAKING: Nigeria Bans Boeing 737 Max From Its Airspace

The Nigerian Government on Wednesday banned the Boeing 737 Max airplanes from its airspace following the deadly crash of the same brand of airplane belonging to the Ethiopian airlines that killed all 157 persons on board on Sunday in Addis Ababa. The government’s decision was made known by the Minister of State for Aviation, at the end of today’s Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. Sirika told State House correspondents: “Regarding Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 that has!-->!-->!-->!-->!-->…

The World’s Most Dangerous Aircrafts Still In Operation

Recent studies show that air transport has become safer since the decade of the last century. The aircraft models involved in fatal fatal accidents are followed, along with new safety procedures, manufacturing materials and more advanced manufacturing methods, safety equipment and training activities, all combined to make air transport safer for us. However, there are still jet aircraft that have encountered many "problems" in the past and are still in use till date. The following are the "most dangerous" names based!-->…

After Ethiopian Airlines Crash, Journalist Recounts Own Near-Crash Experience

A Nigerian journalist, Betty Abah, has narrated her near-death experience aboard a Turkish Airways flight that was hit by a heavy turbulence 45 minutes away from landing at the John F Kennedy Airport in New York City on March 9. Abah, who is the Executive Director of Cee-Hope Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, gave the narration after the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that left no fewer than 157 passengers and crew members dead on Sunday morning (March 10). Among the passengers who lost their lives in the!-->!-->!-->!-->!-->…

Boeing 737 MAX Planes Banned From British Airspace

Britain’s aviation regulator on Tuesday banned Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from the country’s airspace following a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia, mirroring a decision taken by other nations. The UK Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement headlined “Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft” that “as a precautionary measure” it had decided “to stop any commercial passenger flights from any operator arriving, departing or overflying UK airspace”. Britain has joined several other countries in banning the US planemaker’s 737 MAX planes!-->!-->!-->!-->!-->…
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