$500m Chinese debt sparks confusion in airport concession
Federal Government’s plan to concession airports has run into difficulties over an existing debt and pact with China to build four new terminals at the cost of $500 million.
Make NCAA autonomous to revive avaition, experts tell lawmakers
As the National Assembly begins the review of Civil Aviation Act 2006, aviation stakeholders have urged lawmakers to prioritise the autonomy of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), to revive the sector.
NAMA upgrades search, rescue facility as airspace reopens tomorrow
Ahead of the planned resumption of flights tomorrow, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) yesterday upgraded the search and rescue equipment to boost aeronautical services nationwide.
NAMA, workers' unions in faceoff over pay cut
A fresh crisis is brewing at the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), over alleged plans to cut workers' salary for the month of June.
How N2.59b calibration aircraft failed, forced airlines to divert
Even though flight services have since resumed in the nation’s airspace, the last has not been heard of penultimate week’s widespread flights’ disruptions and attendant losses to airlines.
Harmattan haze cripples air travel as airlines delay, cancel flights
Harmattan haze yesterday crippled flight services nationwide, as all domestic flights were either delayed or cancelled.With the hazy atmosphere more intensive and unsafe for aircraft takeoff or landing, scheduled services across all routes were delayed for several hours.
NAMA begins calibration of landing instrument at Lagos airport
After much delay, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), has begun calibration of Category III Instrument Landing System at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), in Lagos.
‘NAMA didn’t get waiver to clear navigational aids’
The Nigerian Airspace Management Authority (NAMA) has said that it did not get the waiver it requested from the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) to clear the CATIII navigation aids