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In Nigeria FG inaugurates committee on establishment of national carrier

It advised that the committee to consult stakeholders in the aviation sector with a view to fashioning a national carrier based on the Public Private Partnership.

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The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Aviation, Hajiya Binta Bello, on Monday inaugurated a 12-member Ministerial Committee on the establishment of a National Carrier.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Assistant Director, Press and Public Affairs, Mr James Odaudu.

It quoted the permanent secretary as urging the committee to pursue the assignment with the sense of urgency it deserves.

The statement explained that the inauguration of the committee is in line with the presidential directive on establishing a national airline

"The establishment of a national carrier is not only justified by economic considerations, but also strategic national interest, national pride and job creation potential.”

She also urged the committee to work with the Assets Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) on the debt profile of domestic airlines and make its recommendations.

The permanent secretary further charged the committee to review previous reports of consultants while examining the report on the defunct Nigeria Airways and other failed private airlines.

It advised that the committee to consult stakeholders in the aviation sector with a view to fashioning a national carrier based on the Public Private Partnership.

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