Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
Airlines cancel flights over low patronage, apathy
A number of flights were yesterday and Wednesday cancelled over low patronage on some of the recently opened routes. Following the early success on the Lagos and Abuja corridors, more airports have resumed operations but without the airlines having flights on the routes. The Guardian learnt that although Kaduna Airport has resumed, it…
PTF calls for sustained COVID-19 protocols at airports
Mr Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman PTF on COVID-19 has called for sustained COVID-19 protocols at the airports from the aviation sector management
Suspense as airlines resume operations without bailout
Regulators and operators may not be ready for local commercial flight services on June 21 when the airspace finally reopens for passenger flight operations...
Airlines count losses as normal flight services resume
A week-long of flight disruption in both local and international operations nationwide has cost the airlines losses in excess of billions of naira.
Tougher screening awaits Nigerian travellers over U.S.-Iran face-off
Tougher security screening may be awaiting Nigerians who are planning to visit the United States (U.S.) and other European countries in the wake of the escalated face-off
Row over missing wage document at NCAA
Aviation unions have vowed to deploy all means possible to recover a missing document that earlier approved a 30 per cent Duty Tour Allowance (DTA) at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
Do not abandon PDP, Dickson urges Bayelsa people on November 16 polls
Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa has urged the people of Bayelsa to keep faith with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as they go to the polls on Nov. 16 to elect his successor.
Local airlines delay 16,426 flights in six months
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) yesterday hinted that a total of 16,426 flights were delayed in the first half of 2019, out the 30,043 flights executed by the airlines.