Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
NCAA warns pilots, airlines over adverse weather
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has warned pilots to be wary of severe thunderstorms and other hazardous weather changes during the rainy season.
Local MRO gets approval, targets $1bn capital flight savings yearly
Efforts to maintain airplanes locally received a boost yesterday, as the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) approved operations of 7Star Hangar in Lagos.
NCAA keeps mum on Adeboye’s bribery allegation
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), yesterday, kept mum on allegation of attempted extortion levied against an official by General Overseer of Redeemed Christians Church of God (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye...
NCAA charges Azman Air for serial safety infractions
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), yesterday, said Azman Air was shutdown over serial safety infractions.
NCAA warns airline operators as harmattan approaches
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) yesterday, warned airline operators, pilots, and crew to be wary of adverse weather as the harmattan season approaches.
Civil Aviation Authority pledges to fight aeropolitics
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has pledged to support local airlines in fighting repressive rules occasioned by feisty aeropolitics in the global aviation industry.
Shut down: Arik Air apologises to passengers over flights disruption
The management of Arik Air on Monday apologised to its customers whose travel plans were disrupted by the picketing of operations by some Aviation unions on Sept. 14. Mr Adebanji Ola, Manager, Communications of Arik Air, made the apology in a statement in Lagos. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the operations of…
Minister restructures NCAA, sacks directors
• FG okays reorganisation Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has restructured the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), merging some key directorates and sacking their superintending directors. The Guardian learned that the move to reduce nine directorates to six as part of efforts to enable the apex regulatory body to run more effectively and align with…
AIB trains investigators, to use drones for probes
Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB) has trained 10 investigators on the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) popularly referred to as drones, to ensure data accuracy and enhancement of investigation by the agency. Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of AIB, Akin Olateru, at the closing ceremony of the Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) training…
FG to reduce number of passengers on international flights
As the nation prepares for the resumption of international flights, the Federal government on Thursday disclosed that it would reduce the number of passengers arriving the country to 1280. According to the government, the partial reopening of international flights would commence from August 29 from the Lagos and Port Harcourt airport. The Director-General of the…