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2 days ago
Aviation workers have kicked against “poor” Condition of Service (CoS) in the sector, saying it falls below the standard expected it.
3 days ago
The Senate Committee on Aviation, yesterday, made a U-turn on its directive ordering the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to suspend the process of awarding Air Operating Certificate (AOC) to NG Eagle airline.
4 days ago
The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has again threatened to decommission telecommunication masts belonging to operators that are indebted to the regulatory body.
17 Oct
The Nigeria Metrological Agency (NiMET) Director-General, Prof. Mansur Bako Matazu, has identified vandalisation of sensors in remote locations within the airport premises...
15 Oct
The Senate Committee on Aviation, yesterday, ordered the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to suspend the process of awarding the Air Operating Certificate (AOC) to a new airline, NG Eagle.
10 Oct
Aviation stakeholders have faulted the House of Representatives’ meddling in regulatory affairs of aviation, describing it as dangerous and a violation of international civil aviation rules...
8 Oct
The House of Representatives has temporarily stalled the implementation of new safety threshold handling rates that were recently approved for indigenous and international carriers.
30 Sep
The move by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) to birth a new airline, NG Eagle, from the assets of Arik Air has stirred a controversy among various aviation unions.
24 Sep
Local airlines have apologised for multiple delays and cancellations in the air transport service, attributing the discomfort to bad weather that has cost carriers about 60 per cent loss in their operations.
17 Sep
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...
15 Sep
After a 35-year wait, the Federal Government has approved new safety threshold ground handling charges, effective October 1, 2021 for international carriers, and January 1, 2022, for domestic operators.
27 Aug
Following reports of several incidences of aircraft skidding off runways at the Port Harcourt International Airport, experts have raised concerns over the safety of the runway and urged total shut down for proper resurfacing.

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