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Tag Archives: Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)

AfBAA Speaker Webinar: NCAA to release new reviewed Civil Aviation Act July

Act to plug regulation gaps, make general aviation easily accessible NIGERIAN Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has set a late July timeline for the new Civil Aviation Act to come out stressing that the Act will aid in taking care of gaps in the system including illegal charter operations, foreign aircraft registry and differentiating rules and Air operators Certificate (AOC) requirements …

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Operator charges NCAA; DSS to go after illegal charter operators

Warns passengers of self-endangerment, high risks CHARTER airline operator, West Link Airline has decried as economic sabotage , private aircraft using their equipment for hire and reward and has called on the Nigerian Civll Aviation Authority ( NCAA) and the Directorate of a State Security (DSS) to sanction such people. Chairman of West Link, Captain Ibrahim Mshelia who spoke to …

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NCAA says plans underway to de-clutter regulations to boost General Aviation

Somebody flying corporate 12 people you are asking me for the same requirement as somebody flying a triple seven (777) to Dubai it doesn’t make sense, so when we unbundle those regulations it opens up the industry and what that does, all those excess pilots and excess engineers that don’t have jobs they will be absorbed, they will get experience and move on to the bigger airline industry and then those people.

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Safety: Mshelia advises businessmen to step back, allow professionals manage airlines

I don’t know of anybody who likes the CAA. I’ve operated in the US, nobody likes the FAA, I’ve operated in Ghana and most of them don’t like the Ghana CAA, I’ve operated in Gabon, same thing, I’ve operated in Cameroon same thing, I’ve operated in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea same thing, Sierra Leone, Dakar, Senegal..I’ve operated around the world, CAA is CAA it’s just the way the world is.

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Leadstream gets NCAA’s nod to train engineers; technicians on various aircraft types flown in Nigeria

THE Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority NCAA has approved Leadstream Aviation Training Organization to carry out type rating system course (initial and refresher) on the  Boeing 737 series, CRJ series, Challenger aircraft and Embraer, hawker 125 series, ATR, Donier and DHCB The NCAA presented a certificate to the ATO in its Lagos office confirming Leadstream’s capabilities to conduct training for engineers …

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Azman Air’s Audit: Findings show gloomy safety situation for airline

Accountable manager, DOM, DFO, Chief pilot lack understanding of responsibilities Owes N1.5 billion TSC/CSC as at December 2020 AZMAN Air may still have a vast hurdle to surmount if the airline is to resume operations anytime soon following details of findings of the audit on the airline carried out by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) which suspended the airline’s …

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Hon. Nnaji urges NCAA to be fair, firm in regulatory functions

CHAIRMAN, House of Representatives Committee on Aviation, Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has told the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, (NCAA) to be firm and fair  and carry out their regulatory functions of the industry with humane approach . Honourable Nnaji who spoke during an oversight visit in Lagos said he was of the opinion that the use of hostile measures may not …

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False report on unsafe system will affect aviation funding, aircraft acquisition, insurance-Capt Nuhu

DIRECTOR General, Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Captain Musa Nuhu has said that the recent story making rounds about crashes of Nigerian airlines credited to the National Assembly will only make it difficult for Nigerian carriers to assess international funds, have good lease rate for their aircraft, and it may also hike insurance premium. Nuhu who was responding to issues …

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AIB stresses importance of synergy among critical stakeholders in safety symposium

ACCIDENT Investigation Bureau (AIB) has enumerated the importance of cooperation among critical aviation decision makers in the promotion of safety in Nigeria calling for a delineation of roles in aviation emergency to avoid duplication and undue overlap This was part of its 15-point resolution in a communiqué issued at the end of a one-day Nigerian Aviation Workforce Symposium (NAWS) held …

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