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    see how private jet owned by vistajet was robbed by Lagos Airport bandits on the runway [photo]

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    see how private jet owned by vistajet was robbed by Lagos Airport bandits on the runway [photo]

    Post by Admin on Tue Dec 19, 2017 6:53 am

    The security apparatus at the Murtala Muhammed
    Airport (MMA), Lagos was on Tuesday once again called
    to question as a private jet owned by Vistajet was
    attacked on the runway of the airport.
    Information gathered by Gistmania revealed that the jet
    with the registration number 9H-VFA operated by EAN
    on December 12 2017 was attacked on the runway18R
    of the airport by unknown bandits when taxiing to the
    hangar of Evergreen Apple Nigeria (EAN) Ltd.
    The jet was arriving from Istanbul between
    2110-2130hrs after landing in Lagos.
    A source close to EAN confided in our correspondent
    that the pilot of the jet Captain Emma Heering
    discovered that the rear door of the aircraft was
    opened while taxiing to the hangar of EAN.
    After an investigation, it was discovered that a big black
    bag belonging to the air hostess, Francesca Louis was
    missing from the jet.
    The source told a correspondent that it was not the
    first time such an incident would be happening at the
    airport.
    Earlier in the year, some bandits allegedly opened the
    door of a small aircraft from the rear that was taxiing
    on the runway and escaped with some belongings of
    some of the occupants.
    The investigation further revealed that the Federal
    Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) responsible for
    airport security has only one operational vehicle
    escorting aircraft that lands on the runway, but at
    times, there might not be any operational vehicle on the
    ground to monitor aircraft that is taxiing to the apron
    for arriving aircrafts.
    It was reported that this particular jet with call sign
    VT584 was not escorted by any operational vehicle as
    at the time of the incident due to lack of any
    operational vehicles at the airside of the airport, a
    situation, which made the criminal act to be
    perpetrated with ease on the said day.
    An airline source speaking anonymously with
    SaharaReporters said:
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    “What actually happened was that when the
    aircraft was taxiing to the hangar of EAN, the
    cabin crew discovered that the rear door was
    opened.
    "So, when the jet taxied to the hangar, it was
    discovered that one big black bag belonging to
    their air hostesses was missing. An alarm was
    raised, but no one could trace the bandit who
    had forced the door open while taxiing. Lagos
    Airport
    “It is bad that this is happening in an airport,
    which was recently certified by the Nigerian Civil
    Aviation Authority (NCAA) has scaling security
    and safety hurdle.
    "The government should look at the incident and
    several others that have been happening in the
    airside because this is not the first time such a
    thing would be happening at the airport and
    several others across the country.”
    Besides, a similar incident had occurred on Med-View
    Airline when a stowaway passenger scaled the fence of
    the airport to enter the wheel well of the Boeing 777
    aircraft of the airline to London.
    The stowaway told security agencies that he had scaled
    the fence of the airport and spent days waiting to board
    the aircraft ostensibly with the aid of unscrupulous
    airport officials.
    The stowaway could not, however, disembark from the
    plane in London and had to be brought back to Lagos
    before he was discovered by one of the security
    personnel at the airport.
    Till date, FAAN could not explain how the stowaway
    successfully gained entrance into the aircraft.
    It would be recalled that the Murtala Muhammed
    International Airport (MMIA), Lagos was certified in
    September this year by Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
    of Nigeria (NCAA) after 38 years of opening the airport.
    The safety and security certification awarded the
    airport by NCAA had however received some
    scepticisms from stakeholders and security experts in
    the sector.
    Security analysts have repeatedly stated that the airport
    may not have met all the safety requirements to ensure
    its certification especially in the area of insurance cover
    and security.
    Experts had said that for any airport to be certified,
    according to the International Civil Aviation
    Organisation (ICAO) minimal standard, such an airport
    must have adequate maintenance and security
    programmes in place.
    The security expert insisted that airport certification
    was not about the terminal building, but the facilities
    installed at such airport, including navigational aids
    provided by the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency
    (NAMA).
    With the Tuesday incident, the certification of the
    airport by NCAA has further raised questions about its
    authenticit
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    Re: see how private jet owned by vistajet was robbed by Lagos Airport bandits on the runway [photo]

    Post by suntex on Thu Dec 21, 2017 9:55 am

    very bad

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