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NCAA Describes Aviation Fuel Rooftop Price Critical, Unfortunate

      …Says Critical Stakeholders Working Together To Resolve Issue   As the price of aviation fuel also known as Jet-1A continues to skyrocket with airlines grumbling and buying the product between N680 and N700 per litre depending on the area, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority(NCAA) has described the situation the airlines found themselves […]

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Paucity Of Funds, Inadequate infrastructure Major Challenges Confronting Night Operations In Nigeria –Capt. Nuhu

        The Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Capt. Musa Nuhu, has stated that paucity of funds and inadequate infrastructure are among the major challenges confronting operations of night airport operations in Nigeria. He said this while speaking at the 26th annual conference of the League of Airport and Aviation […]


NAMA Insists Government Owned Airports Are Equipped With Approach, Landing Aids

  The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has stated categorically that all Federal and State Government owned airports in the country have approach and landing navigational aids, as well as Satellite Based Performance Navigation procedures that enable aircraft operate at any time of the day into these airports. The Ag. Managing Director of NAMA, Matthew […]


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ART Vows To Investigate Aero Self-Termination Of Flights, Dana Suspension By NCAA

    …To Make Findings,Recommendations Available To  Govt., Stakeholders    The Aviation Round Table(ART), said it will investigate the self-termination of scheduled flight operations by the oldest domestic airlines in the country, Aero Contractors Limited and the suspension of Dana Air’s operations by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority(NCAA). The ART disclosed this in a statement […]


Boeing Forecasts Demand For Over 41,000 New Airplanes By 2041

    … As Air Travel Rebounds …Says Freighter Fleet To Grow By 80% Including New, Converted Models   With demand rebounding for international air travel following ongoing recovery in many domestic markets, Boeing today projected demand for more than 41,000 new airplanes through 2041, underscoring aviation industry resilience two years after the pandemic began. […]


Prof. Kila, Uriesi To Deliver Key Papers At LAAC  2022 Conference

    The Centre Director at the Centre for International Advanced and Professional Studies (CIAPS)Prof. Anthony Kila and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Ibom Air, Mr. George Uriesi, are to participate and present key papers at the forthcoming 26th annual conference of the League of Airport and Aviation Correspondents (LAAC). The conference with the […]


NANTA Calls On VP, CBN, Aviation Ministry To Intervene In $450M Foreign Airlines Trapped Funds

The President and council members of National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) have called on the office of the Vice President, the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) the Aviation Ministry of Aviation to speedily intervene to bring about the release of the trapped funds of foreign airlines operating in Nigeria which stood at over $450 million in […]


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Airport Concession: Sirika, Aviation CEOs, Union Scribes Tour Istanbul, Brasilia Airports

    Aviation Minister, Senator Hadi Sirika has led a team comprising officials of the Ministry, agencies and organised labour in the aviation industry on an inspection tour of two successfully concessioned airports. The visit is part of efforts to ensure transparency, inclusiveness, demonstrate sincerity in the airport concession programme and choose the right model, […]


FNAC: Stakeholders Attribute Death Of Tinapa To Govt. Policy Somersault, Infrastructural Deficit

    …As FAAN Suspends Issuance Of Licenses To Applicants On Free Trade Zones Stakeholders in the free trade zone in Nigeria have attributed the death of the $450 million  Tinapa Resort in Cross River State to government inconsistent policies and lack of infrastructure. Recall that Tinapa Resort that was hitherto the hub of entertainment and […]


Overland Airways Engine Incident: 33 Lagos Bound Passengers Disembark Unhurt

   …As AIB-N Confirms Notification, Begins Investigation  Overland Airways  flight OF1188 from Ilorin to Lagos  yesterday developed engine problem at about 7.50 pm  which caused  panic but the aircraft landed safely and the passengers disembarked unhurt despite the serious incident. This is just as the Accident Investigation Bureau-Nigeria (AIB-N) said that it has been notified […]