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AABSE 2022: NCAA canvasses technology use to advance passenger experience

NIGERIA Civil Aviation Authority, (NCAA) has implored both airport managers and airlines to adopt the use of technology to provide top notch passenger experience and a feeling of safety and security at the airports, as this will continue to help post-Covid-19 recovery of the air transport industry. Director General, Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Captain Musa Nuhu represented by the …

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FAAN halts extension to operate into sunrise, sunset airports across Nigeria

MANAGING Director, Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria ( FAAN), Capt. Rabiu Yadudu has said that due to safety and security considerations, it has met with sister agency; Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) and both have resolved to adopt the new operating standards policy by stopping flight operation extension to sunrise and sunset airports across the country Yadudu made this known …

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MMA records 70% of 93 bird strikes from January-June in Nigeria

STATISTICS indicate that there have been 93 Bird Aircraft Hazard Strikes ( BASH) otherwise known as bird strike incidents across airports in Nigerian in the first half of 2022 of which 54 of such incidents happened at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA), Lagos alone. Head Bird/Wildlife Hazard Control, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Mr. Azike Edozie made this known while …

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Capacity building: NIS, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung partners to train Public Relations Officers

THE Comptroller General of Immigration Isah Jere Idris has identified the importance of effective communication due to the nature of the job and has commended Konrad Adenauer Stiftung for its development activities in the country especially with regards issues around irregular migration . The Comptroller General gave the commendation yesterday in Abuja at the opening ceremony of the capacity building …

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Women in Aviation entices more young girl to choose aviation careers

Women In Aviation International (WAI), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in aviation is canvassing for more females, especially young girls to show more interest in aviation industry by choosing their careers in the sector. A statement by Rejoice Ndudinachi, President, WAI Nigeria, said that the 2022 edition of the Girls in Aviation Day would be used to encourage ladies’ involvement in …

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A’Ibom govt set December deadline for MRO delivery, spends N1.2bn on training

AKWA Ibom State Government has set December 2022 for the complete work and delivery of the ongoing Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul ( MRO) facility at the Victor Attah International Airport. This is just as the government says it has conquered the road and air transport sectors of the economy disclosing an expenditure of N1.2B to train indigenous engineers and pilots …

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dre aviation, NigerianFLIGHTDECK sign content sharing agreement

dre aviation, a leading African Aviation Consultancy based in the United Kingdom have announced that they have signed a content sharing agreement with the Nigerian Flight Deck whereby both parties keep their individual client bases up to date with original content from both parties. Nigerian Flight Deck is renowned for reporting up to date, factual and on ground information in …

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NANS commence protest at airports as gridlock hits Ikeja, passengers struggle to make flights

NATIONAL Association of Nigerian Students ( NANS) this morning made good their threat as they cordoned off access and exit to the Murtala Muhammed International Airport ( MMIA) Terminal in Lagos in protest of the ongoing seven month strike instituted by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). Under the heavy rains in Lagos the students, numbering hundreds, used vehicles …

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N42b TSC/CSC Debt: Why NCAA insists on tripartite agreement, payment plan for airlines

Azman met conditions before granted ATL- DG NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has announced that the debt profile of airlines is put at N42BN and $7.8million for Ticket Sales and Passenger Sales Charges ( TSC/CSC) alone and the measures it has put in place is to ensure that these monies do not grow further and the debt are defrayed. The …

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NCAA reissues Azman Air’s ATL for another five years

NIGERIA Civil Aviation Authority ( NCAA) has reissued domestic carrier, Azman Air it’s Air Transport License ( ATL) after spat over N1.2bn debt accured from unremitted Ticket Sales and Cargo Sales Charges.   The license signed by the Director General NCAA, Captain Musa Nuhu was sighted by NigerianFLIGHTDECK read NCAA/ATR1/ATL118 is valid for a five (5) year period from 2022 …

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