Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
28 Nov 2022
Barring a special intervention, local air travellers should brace up for another round of airfare hikes this festive season, alongside a high probability of flight delays and cancellations nationwide.
14 Nov 2022
Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB-N) and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), in collaboration with Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI), have organised a workshop to train air safety investigators
5 Sep 2022
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has disclosed plans to ground airlines that are indebted or defaulting in debt payment agreement reached with the regulators and service providers.
31 Aug 2022
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has said local airlines are owing N19 billion and $7.6 million in ticket charges.
31 Aug 2022
Crisis rocking local operators, yesterday, took a new turn as the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) ordered the airlines to begin repayment of debts in excess of N45.29 billion.
31 May 2022
Influx of expatriate crew into the general aviation services and growing patronage by the political class has been estimated to cost Nigeria an average of N1.62 billion ($3.89 million) in capital flights monthly...
25 Feb 2022
Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) have set up a joint technical committee to address consumer-related issues
25 Feb 2022
A Kano prince, Isa Bayero, has petitioned the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) demanding punitive measures against a local carrier
20 Feb 2022
The Acting Managing Director, Nigeria Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Mr Mathew Pwajok, says lack of proper management skills and family sentiments are responsible for the failure of the airline business in the past.
18 Feb 2022
Local airlines, yesterday, pushed back on flight delays and cancellations rocking the sector, saying they are not culpable as recently claimed by the Senate Committee on Aviation.
28 Jan 2022
Airline operators this week stirred the hornet's nest with a call on the National Assembly to improve the condition of service of inspectors at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
3 Dec 2021
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has approved the opening of Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport for commercial operations with effect from yesterday.
10 mins ago
As part of efforts to jump-start the ailing economy, shore up financial resources and revenue, concerned stakeholders have identified oil theft as another major leakage President Bola Ahmed Tinubu must block urgently.
14 mins ago
Amid the groundswell of opposition that has continued to erupt since the removal of subsidy on petrol by the President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government, some groups and giving the government tacit support laced with conditions.
21 mins ago
Ahead of the forthcoming proclamation of the 10th National Assembly, President Bola Tinubu will, tomorrow meet with senators-elect and members-elect of the House of Representatives at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
37 mins ago
For failing to address the daunting challenge of vehicular traffic, which is one of the challenges that it was set up to effectively address 23 years ago, stakeholders, as well as motorists, have stressed the urgent need to rejig and rebrand the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to make it fit for purpose.
41 mins ago
Prior to the electioneering season and campaigns, which culminated in the 2023 general elections, there had been a long lull in the proactiveness of the opposition parties in terms of putting the ruling All Progressives Congress-led government on its toes.[