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Arik Stowaway Boy: The Big Picture
Sat Aug, 31 2013
Nigerians woke up on Sunday 25 August, 2013 to learn of a stowaway teenage boy, Daniel Ohikhena, who flew with Arik’s flight W3 544 from Benin to Lagos, thinking the plane was US-bound!
DHL Commits To Boosting Nigeria’s Logistics Industry
Thu Nov, 03 2011
DHL, the world’s leading logistics company, has almost doubled the size of its warehouse in Oregun from 5,500m2 to 8,000m2 and continues to invest in infrastructure and expertise to help the country achieve its goal of becoming a top 20 economy by 2020. Acknowledging the critical role logistics is playing in this transformation, DHL is also proud to sponsor the first Logistics West Africa conference and exhibition to be hosted by Nigeria in November.
Arik Passengers Revolt In Benin Over Canceled Flight
Tue Oct, 26 2010
Frustrated passengers of Arik Airlines revolted in Benin when they staged a protest over the cancellation of their scheduled to Lagos after several delays.
Arik’s Horor Flight Enrage Nigerians
Thu Sep, 02 2010
Dear Mr. Brunner: First of all, I want to thank Mr. Dele (Supervisor in Arik Airways New York office) who took my call on 09 August 2010 . Per our conversation, I am following up that phone call with a formal letter of complaint regarding my recent experience on Arik Airways.
Jonathan Queries Aviation Minister Over Contract Inflation
Sun Mar, 07 2010
Acting President, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, has queried the Min-ister of Aviation, Babatunde Omotoba, over the budget for the construction of a second runway at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Ab-uja, which was described as over bloated at the cost of N63, 584,605,187.41k (appr-oximately $423 million). Julius Berger Plc was given the contract to build the 4.4km runway that would have the capacity to land the biggest aircraft in the world, Airbus A380.
Nigerian Eagle Air: New Name, Old Woes As Stranded Passengers Revolt
Tue Oct, 13 2009
Would it be transition problems? On Saturday October 10, 2009 Nigeria Eagle Airlines - new in name, old in the business - failed woefully to keep its commitments to passengers. It kept its passengers stranded for hours with little or no explanation for the delay.
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