Lagos-based Firstnation Airways resumed flights Sept. 18 after its Airbus A319 fleet was grounded for more than three weeks for maintenance work. Firstnation Airways, which launched flights in 2013, operates two CFM56-powered Airbus A319s, according to the AWIN fleet database. On Sept. 1, Firstnation Airways head of commercial Serah Awogbade announced the airline had suspended operations to perform maintenance work, a situation that was further compounded by currency ...

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