4 days ago
African nations have rejected the proposal to impose vaccine passport protocol on air travel, describing the move as discriminatory.
We are working on it and I think airport certification is a major issue for us all. We are in discussion with the International Civil Aviation Organisation...
In a bid to enhance safety awareness in the aviation industry, the Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB), yesterday, unveiled plans to digitise accident investigation findings and reports.
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has rallied behind the controversial rigorous process of obtaining an Air Operating Certificate (AOC) and its revalidation every two years.
The Federal Government has foreclosed chances of State governments expressing interest in owning and operating any of the four international airports currently listed for concession.
In readiness for the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) audit early next year, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has partnered with stakeholders in aviation’s emergency rescue....
Following perennial bird strikes and losses to airlines’ operations, the airport authority has deployed new sets of wildlife management equipment to aerodromes nationwide.
In this phenomenal period in the history of Nigeria kicked off by daunting economic challenges and a pandemic that took the nation by storm, reducing forecasts to mere conjectures...
Airlines are considering a standard ‘travel pass’ criteria for international air travellers in the COVID-19 era.
28 Oct 2020
• Project accommodated in N78.96 billion aviation capital budget • Let’s run national carrier, not government airline, says Ojikutu The Federal Government, yesterday, said adequate preparations had been made and the sum of N78.96 billion had been budgeted in the 2021 Appropriation Bill to implement the plan for a new national carrier, among other projects…
1 Sep 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), has urged Nigeria and other African countries to embrace harmonised safety protocols for better connectivity.
13 Jul 2020
Fear of possible increase in local air fares and operators’ resistance to onboard physical distancing have compelled the Federal Government to reconsider an earlier directive that airlines should operate at between 50 and 70 per cent capacity.