Accident Investigation Bureau, AIB is set to investigate the Friday ground incident which occurred when a First Nation aircraft taxing to take off to Port Harcourt hit another stationed First Nation aircraft at Murtala Muhammed Airport, MM2.
According to the head of AIB public affairs, Tunji Oketunbi, the AIB investigation is with a view to making possible safety recommendations so as to forestall future occurrence.
This is coming just as no recommendations have been made for the earlier one.
The incident is coming barely 10 days after a Boeing 777-200LR belonging to Emirates Airline at around 9:30pm (Local Time) on Monday, July 6th was involved in a ground collision with a domestic airliner, a B737-400 owned by HAK Air at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos.
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority NCAA, while confirming the incident involving two aircraft between First Nation’s aircraft at the MMA2 in Lagos explained that the incident occurred when a first nation aircraft taxing to take off to Port Harcourt hit another stationed first nation aircraft at MM2
According to Mr. Fan Ndubuoke, general manager public affairs NCAA, no passenger was hurt as their fare was refunded to them while NCAA had referred the incident to AIB.
Ndubuoke assured of NCAA commitment to safety and security of passengers.

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