Warri airport owing N566.4m, NAMA insist
The resumption of flights at Osubi Airport in Warri, Delta State notwithstanding, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) yesterday insisted that the operator owing N566.4 million. Though it confirmed a receipt of N31 million recently from Shoreline Oil Services, the agency, through its General Manager, Public Affairs, Khalid Emele, added that the payment was from…
NAMA reopens Warri Airport
The Nigeria Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has reopened the Osubi Airport in Warri, Delta State, to flights operations after a two-month closure.
NAMA, operator disagree on debt, alleged extortion at Warri airport
The disagreement between Nigeria Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) and Shoreline Oil Services, managers of Osubi Airfield in Warri, Delta State, assumed a new dimension at the weekend, as they traded blame over closure of the airstrip.
NAMA rallies oil firms to local production of aviation fuel
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has charged oil and gas firms to prioritise local production of aviation fuel (Jet A1) in line with the Nigerian Content Development initiative of the Federal Government. Managing Director of NAMA, Capt. Fola Akinkuotu, said the call became imperative given the high cost of aviation fuel, which gulps over…
A requiem for Nigeria Air
Against the backdrop of the massive corruption and ineptitude that plague Nigeria presently, the decision by the Federal Government to suspend the much advertised...
Lack of spare parts grounds N27.9b radar facility
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) yesterday disclosed that the lack of spare parts to fix the N27.9 billion worth of Total Radar Coverage (TRACON) equipment has grounded the facility. NAMA said the critical facility, which had been in operation in the last eight years, had been starved of supplies, contrary to agreements signed with…
Air traffic controllers ground Warri airport over alleged N600m debt
Air transport services at the Osubi Airport, Warri, Delta State, were yesterday grounded to a halt, as traffic controllers withdrew services over alleged N600 million debt.
NAMA deploys VHR radios at Lagos control centres
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) yesterday completed the installation of two Jotron high-powered Very High Frequency (VHF) long-range radios...
NAMA explains setback in AIS automation plan
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), has blamed the delay in the automation of Aeronautical Information Service (AIS), on limited resources, amid other critical needs begging for attention.
NAMA moves to boost IGR
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has begun moves to shore up its revenue base in order to effectively meet its core obligation of air navigation services.