Nigeria launches probe after plane overshoots runway
Nigeria's aviation authorities said Wednesday they had launched an investigation into how a passenger plane overshot the runway while landing in the southern city of Port Harcourt.
African economic redemption: Chimera or hope?
The West has left us with the template for economic growth and worldwide domination: the franchise system or the selling and use of patents, symbols etc.
NCAA to investigate Delta’s plane emergency landing at Lagos airport
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Wednesday said it would investigate the emergency landing by an Atlanta-bound Delta Air Lines flight at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. The General Manager, Public Relations, NCAA, Mr Sam Adurogboye, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos. Adurogboye said that NCAA had been…
Airlines to save N11.6b yearly from removal of VAT, others
The planned review and removal of the mandatory Value Added Tax (VAT) on all air travel tickets issued in the aviation sector will save local airlines at least N11.55 billion in revenue yearly.
‘Strategic infrastructure upgrade to enhance safety, new traffic at airports’
Guide to Sleeping in Airports survey 2017 again listed Nigerian international airports among the worst in the world. Port-Harcourt International Airport...
NCAA probes Dana Air plane emergency door incident
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority yesterday launched an investigation into the opening of Dana Air plane emergency door shortly after it landed at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja.
Normalcy returns to local operations after harmattan disruption
Normalcy has returned to local flight operations nationwide after harmattan haze disrupted activities causing delays and cancellations in the last couple of weeks.The stability in operation, observed since the week began, is occasioned by improved weather at most airports across the country.
NCAA hinges zero-accident on improved surveillance, compliances, others
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has attributed another zero-accident year just recorded in 2017 to improved regulatory activities and compliance in the sector. The apex regulatory body said massive improvement in enforcement, surveillance, inspection, coupled with adherence to rules and sanctions of violators have culminated in making the airspace safer and attendant zero-accident in two…