NCAA to sanction GSM operators over debt
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), yesterday warned all telecoms operators and owners of high-rise structure around airports to remit their outstanding debts to the body or face sanctions.
DG NCAA applauds NIMC on smooth enrolment process
The Director-General, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Mr Muhtar Usman has commended the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) on the easy process of enrolling into the National Identity Database (NIDB). Usman gave the commendation on Friday,while enrolling for his National Identification Number (NIN) at the NIMC Abuja Headquarters. The D-G expressed his delight and satisfaction…
NCAA to review two planes’ requirement for commercial airlines
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) is to review the provision of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulation (Nig. CARS) 2015 that prescribes at least two serviceable aircraft as condition for granting of Air Operating Certificates (AOCs) to commercial airlines. The apex regulatory body said the move was in respect of the challenges of maintaining efficient…
NCAA intensifies surveillance of airlines over near mishaps
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has intensified surveillance of operating airlines in the country following recent spate of near mishaps in the industry.
Multiple charges cost local airlines 65 per cent revenue
Apparently unable to pay the bills amidst other critical obligations that include maintenance, fuel and personnel, the airlines are more in financial distress with the attendant debt burden cumulatively estimated at N15 billion.
NCAA suspends crewmember
Spokesperson of the apex regulatory body, Sam Adurogboye, yesterday said the official was detected from a random alcohol and drug tests on 87 licensed aviation personnel in the industry.
Domestic airlines woo passengers to salvage operations
If domestic airlines keep their words, then air travellers in the country are in for special offers ahead of February 14 Valentine’s Day.
NCAA to intensify audit of airlines over poor financial obligations
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), yesterday disclosed plans to further intensify surveillance and economic audit of some airlines over alleged inability to meet financial obligations.