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FirstNation speaks on downgrade by aviation agencies

FirstNation Airways said on Tuesday it will go back to scheduled services by the fourth quarter of 2017.

First Nation Airways down graded to operate only 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.


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