NAMA Begins Flight Calibration Of Navigational Aids In 24 Airports

 

 

NAMA Begins Flight Calibration Of Navigational Aids In 24 Airports

Ahead of the yuletide, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has started a routine calibration of navigational facilities in 24 airports across the country.

An online statement explained that when completed in two weeks’ time, the calibration exercise, which is targeted at putting all navigational aids in optimal capacity would ensure that the facilities generate precise and accurate signals to guarantee the safety of air navigation in the country.

Also to be calibrated and commissioned are the newly installed ILS/DME facilities in Lagos and Port Harcourt airports.

NAMA reassured the flying public of the safety of the nation’s airspace as all necessary measures are in place to ensure safe, efficient and seamless flight operations in Nigeria.

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