FOLLOWING reported cases of attacks on airline officials by irate and belligerent passengers, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has warned air travellers to desist forthwith or face criminal charges as brutal attacks reported have become prevalent and are embarrassing and discourteous to such affected officials. In a statement signed by the General manager, Public Relations, Sam Adurogboye, the Authority …Read More »
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Post audit: NCAA declare Abuja Airport Runway 99% complete
AFTER inspecting and auditing the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja runway today the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has said that the runway is 99% complete and work would be complete before reopening. Nigerianflightdeck had erroneously reported that the audit would commence from tomorrow in an earlier news item but the audit was scheduled for today from 10am. Director-General of …Read More »
NCAA moves to strengthen economic regulations, trains 50 DATR personnel
NO fewer than 50 staffers of the Directorate of Air Transport Regulation (DATR) of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) from across the country have been trained and awarded certificates by officials of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in a step to strengthen its Economic Regulation through training and adequate exposure of the staff. The ICAO Resource persons were Mr. …Read More »
N15bn TSC/CSC Debt: ART Scribe advises AON on external auditors
AN aviation stakeholder and member of industry think tank group, Aviation Round Table (ART), Group Captain John Ojikutu (RTD) has said that the dispute between the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) is resolvable without resorting to spending monies on external auditors. Reacting to the recent release by the AON secretariat calling for an …Read More »
AON disputes ‘phantom’ N15bn debt, insists on independent auditors
AIRLINE Operators of Nigeria (AON) has denied what it described as the ‘phantom’ N15bn debt owed the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and has offered to pay for an independent Auditing firm at its own expense to audit NCAA as an organization and the N15bn NCAA claims . This is just as the AON has said that it is not …Read More »
TSC/CSC remittance: ATSSSAN reveals how domestic airlines defraud Federal Government
Accuses domestic airlines of conspiracy AIR Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN) has accused domestic airlines of colluding to cheat the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on the remittance of the 5% Ticket Sales Charge(TSC) and Cargo Sales Charge (CSC) stating that airlines fraudulently calculate the charge with base fare alone exempting Fuel surcharge (YQ). President of ATSSSAN, …Read More »
Airlines’ N15billion debt breakdown revealed!!!
NIGERIAN FLIGHT DECK has unearthed a copy of the debt profile of airlines showing that total debt of airlines operating in the country stands at N14,731,838,064.59 approximately N15 billion for the month of December 2016 alone. The thirteen airlines, according to the documents shows that most of the airlines are operating while others are currently not in operation but have …Read More »
AON, NCAA rift: Why the brouhaha over 5%TSC,CSC automation?
THE aviation sub-sector in the past week has been rife with reports on automation of remittance of the five per cent Ticket sales Charge (TSC) and Cargo Sales Charge (CSC) which has caused an imbroglio between the airline operators of Nigeria and the regulatory agency, the Nigeria Civil Aviation Agency (NCAA). This standoff has seen the revelation of a staggering …Read More »