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The current state of doing business in Nigeria has been of major concern to local and international business owners, this has actually caused the Nigerian business sector to experience some level of stagnancy but with the recent influx of international and local investors who have joined forced with the brilliant…

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Developmental Events On Nigerian Aviation Sector by Captain Everest Nnaji

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The civil aviation in Nigeria witnessed some glorious moments , just as some events  under review made some aviation stakeholders and watchers ask when will Nigeria civil aviation come of age. DEFINING MOMENTS Payment of defunct Nigeria Airways’ ex-workers The happiest moment, according to some stakeholders was when the Federal…

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vibrant aviation industry for tourism development by Captain Evarest Nnaji

Nigeria is currently at a crossroads that requires all hands on deck for national survival. As the Yoruba people say, if the skies were to fall, there would be no one living who would be unaffected by the devastating effect of such an occurrence; such will be the effect of…

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5 Challenges of Operating an Helicopter Business in Nigeria By Captain Evarest Nnaji

Captain Evarest Nnaji, A businessman, aviator and politician, as a businessman, he has singlehandedly steered OAS Helicopters from start up in 2006 to a major player in Nigeria oil and gas helicopter aviation by 2018. Chartered Helicopter business may look appealing to invest in, but there are challenges facing this…

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How Govt Policies May Undermine Growth of Aviation By Captain Evarest Nnnaji

Captain Evarest Nnnaji of OAS helicopters writes that some government policies may serve as  major impediment to the growth of the aviation industry  The delay in signing of the 2016 Appropriation Bill into law is taking its toll on government activities as ministries, departments and agencies are unable to implement their programmes. In the…

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Amcon unseals OAS

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria, AMCON, which, last week, sealed Odengene Air Shuttle (OAS Helicopters) heliport, has resolved the financial issues that led to the face-off with the rotary wing airline and removed its seal and marks on the airline’s headquarters in Lagos. AMCON action indicates that the matter…

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Managing Director of the OAS Helicopters, Mr. Everest Nnaji, expressed dismay over chartered Chopper by Oshiomole recalled mid-air over refusal to pay charges

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Managing Director of the OAS Helicopters, Mr. Everest Nnaji, expressed dismay over the incident. He said: “I am still making calls to find out exactly why they did not allow the pilot fly the helicopter conveying the governor to Anambra State. I am really angry, I don’t know why they…

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ADA Partners With Capt. Everest Nnaji of OAS to Provide Helicopter Services to Nigeria Oil Industry

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A United Arab Emirates helicopter company, Abu Dhabi Aviation (ADA) has completed steps to invest in Nigeria economy by joining forces with a Nigerian indigenous aircraft charter operator, Capt. Everest Nnaji Odengene Air Shuttle Services Limited (OAS) Helicopters. The company said the arrival of ADA’s 15-seater full offshore equipped helicopter…

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