Due to a lack of aircraft, Azman suspends operations and sends employees on vacation.

    Azman Air shut down operations once more due to an aircraft scarcity just a month after it had resumed.

    Additionally, the airline placed every employee on unpaid leave.

    In a document dated August 3 and headlined “Placement of Leave Without Pay,” written by Magaji Misau, its human resource manager, the management requested that all employees go on leave with the exception of an underlisted eight names.

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    As you are aware, our domestic activities have been placed on pause for a while as a result of the transportation of our aircraft for C-checks, and the MROs have provided a longer period for completion, according to the letter.

    In light of the foregoing, management was instructed to document and explain its decision to put all employees on unpaid leave beginning August 1, 2023.

    The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) banned Azman Air in September of last year because it had neglected to renew its Air Operator Certificate (AOC).

    The AOC for the airline ran out in the first quarter of 2022.

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