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Assessing NCAA DG, Capt Musa Nuhu’s 18 Months In Office

  CAPTAIN Musa Nuhu, on Monday, March 16, 2020 formally took over as the substantive Director General/Chief Executive Officer (DG/CEO) of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) . Nuhu resumed as the 7th Director General of the Authority, following his appointment on 23rd October, 2019 and eventual confirmation by the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.   NCAA is …

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Improving airports experience: FAAN, PEBEC guide security agencies’ on functions at gateways

  LAST week, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), in collaboration with the Enabling Business Environment Secretariat of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) organized a training program for leaders and front line officers of major stakeholders at the airports in a bid to help sanitize the nation’s gateway.   A training program that was held both at …

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The tragedy of Nigeria Airways’ Fokker 28 crash in Enugu

EGHOSA IDUFUEKO ON the morning of November 29, 1983, thirty-eight years ago, a 79-seater twin engine Fokker F28 Mk2000 jet belonging to Nigeria Airways approached Enugu Airport and on that faithful day the Instrument Landing System (ILS) wasn’t working coupled with the fact that it was harmattan season with its dusty haze was reducing visibility. As the 3-man aircrew(Cockpit crew …

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ART kicks over Reps interference in NG Eagle’s AOC pursuit

As NUATE fingers minister over airline’s woes says debt a smokescreen AVIATION Safety Round Table Initiative (ASRTI) have joined the echoes of criticism being meted on the members of the House of Representatives Committee on Aviation led by Honourable Nnolim Nnaji stating that their declaration is tantamount to a breach of NG Eagle’s right. This is coming even as the …

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Examining local policy impact for private jet operators, COVID-19 created opportunities to boost luxury  travel

A former Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Engineer Benedict Adeyileka, Chief Executive of Ezuma Jets, Captain David Augustine  have that any policy produced which kills local operators and encourages foreigners kills the nation’s economy. This is just as  another player, Chief Executive of JetWest Mobility, Dikko Nwachukwu has highlighted opportunities for Africa that have manifested in …

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Stabilizing the sub-regional market for players to thrive

FOR Nigerian airlines to thrive in the West African sub-region, a number of factors have been identified that need to be taken out of the equation so they can have a fighting chance in the region especially now that the entire continent is gradually and progressively looking at embracing the Single African Air Transportation Market (SAATM) a concept resurrected from …

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Full RESA system integration for airlines set for two weeks

We regret  the inconveniences that happened along the way, never intended but when you have a partner and one party decided to cause disruption when there is only one or two people in the world that can do it then naturally disruptions are inevitable but it’s not intended and the payment that we made to ensure that they don’t  disrupt are evidences.

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Aviation Ministry invites stakeholders for update on Airports Concession

IN compliance with the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) Establishment act 2005 and the National Policy on public private partnerships, The Federal Ministry of Aviation Invites you to a stakeholder update on concession of the four international airports. The airports are; Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport Murtala Muhammed International Airport Port Harcourt International Airport Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport At the …

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NiMET: Setting new standards beyond aviation weather prediction

“Another window was diversification of our services, since aviation is just one of the sectors, we provide our services to, we are expanding into marine observation and services into agriculture. With also collaborate with partners and service providers, and we leverage on this to relay our services to the farmers; and that is another window.

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NIS, IOM tinker solid ideas to enhance border management at three-day retreat

NIGERIA Immigration Service (NIS) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have resolved to partner to delivering a safe, humane and orderly border control systems across service windows to improve passengers’ migration experiences. These agencies made this known in a joint communiqué issued at the end of a-three-day senior management retreat for IOM and NIS officials organized by IOM titled …

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