Home / Tag Archives: NCAA

Tag Archives: NCAA

Senate confirms Captain Nuhu as Director General, NCAA

NIGERIAN Senate, on Tuesday, confirmed the nomination of Captain Musa Shuaibu Nuhu for appointment as the Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). President Muhammadu Buhari had, on October 23rd 2019 , forwarded the nominee’s name to the upper legislative chamber for confirmation. The confirmation followed the consideration …

Read More »

MMIA Operations: Minister apologizes over visibility debacle as authorities battle to restore normalcy

Says inclement weather coincided with replacement of Cat 2 ILS Qatar diverts Lagos flights to Abuja NCAA appeals for understanding, as airlines  send out cancellation and delay notices MINISTER of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika has apologized over the continuous hardship for operators to land at the Murtala Muhammed International airport …

Read More »

Although inevitable globally, NCAA working to mitigate effects of delays, cancellations-CPD Director

DUE to varying circumstances, flight delays and cancellations are a global trend not particular to Nigeria alone, but what matters is how these challenges are addressed, according to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority( NCAA). Director, Consumer Protection Directorate (CPD), NCAA, Alhaji Adamu Abdullahi flight delays and cancellations are unavoidable in …

Read More »

Osubi Airstrip: FG terminates Shoreline Oil Services Limited contract effective immediately

Sights incompetence as investigations shows huge debt profile FEDERAL Government has approved the termination of contract of Shoreline Oil Services Limited as operator of the Osubi Airstrip for what is described an issue of competence, the termination takes effect immediately. Although reasons are still sketchy, the termination may not be …

Read More »

Coronavirus update: NCAA issues general guidelines on how to handle suspected cases

NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has called for a high level of vigilance by airlines (especially those operating international and regional flights), all designated point of entries (POEs) and travelling public putting them on high alert over the outbreak of Coronavirus. The CAA in a letter dated 23rd January, 2020 …

Read More »

FAAN Regional Manager, team explain Coronavirus prevention activities at MMIA

AT the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA) steps are being taken to checkmate any infiltration of passengers who may be carrying the deadly CoronaVirus which broke out in China continues to wreak havoc in Asia. Already the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) in an advisory released two days ago …

Read More »

NIGAV set 2020 target to host awards in its property at MMA

MANAGING Director and Chairman of NIGAV and FCI International Ltd, Mr. Fortune Idu has projected that the next Nigerian Aviation Conference and Awards (NIGAV) will be held in the organization’s own property at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport following the signing of a land lease to F.C.I International limited by …

Read More »

Turkish Airlines pledges to freight leftover passengers’ baggage before December 17

MANAGEMENT of Turkish Airlines on Friday met with the Acting Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) Capt. Abdullahi Sidi, where at the end of the meeting, the Airline’s executives pledged to commence immediately freight of all left over passengers’ baggage in Turkey to Nigeria before December 17th, …

Read More »

Updated: Turkish Airline complies, changes aircraft on Abuja route to A330 instead of smaller B737

IN response to the order issued by the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) directing Turkish Airlines to suspend its operations into Nigeria until the airline is ready to operate into the country with the right aircraft, the airline operated into Abuja with a much larger Airbus A330 today. Minister of …

Read More »

NCAA slams Turkish Airlines, suspends carrier from Nigeria over baggage issues

“These incidents, which has been going on for two weeks, has become so bad that the most recent flight arrived without 85% of passengers’ baggage onboard. Our Airport Authority have been facing serious crises controlling the passengers at the airport whenever they arrive without their baggage’s.

Read More »