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Nigerian Aviation Authorities cautions pilots over severe thunderstorms, hazardous weather

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has cautioned all pilots in the country over severe thunderstorms and other hazardous weather conditions which hamper flight operations, especially during the rainy season. According to the agency, the warning is a follow-up to the Advisory Circular addressed to all Pilots and Airline Operators[Read More…]

NCAA Suspends Azman Air Operations

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has suspended Azman Air flight operations. This was announced in a statement signed on Tuesday by NCAA Director-General, Musa Nuhu, and titled, “NCAA Suspends Azman Air Operations With Immediate Effect.” Nuhu in the statement added that the suspension of the Air Operations is to[Read More…]

‘Nigerian airlines are safe’; NCAA insists

The Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Captain Musa Nuhu, has assured the public of the safety of the Nigerian airlines, saying there is no cause for alarm. Nuhu was reacting to the alarm raised by the Chairman of Senate Committee on Aviation, Senator Smart Adeyemi, who warned[Read More…]

International Flight Resumption: NCAA approves maximum of 200 passengers

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), has announced that the maximum number of passengers of each incoming international flight must be 200 passengers. However, there will be no limit on the number of outgoing passengers. This was stated in a memo signed by the Director-General, Capt. Musa S. Nuhu, published[Read More…]

Breaking: Nigeria extends closure of international airspace till October

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has issued a Notice to Air men (NOTAM) stating that it is extending closure of international airspace until October 15 instead of August 19 as previously stated. Adamu Abdullahi, director, consumer protection of NCAA, confirmed this development in a telephone interview with BusinessDay Newspaper.[Read More…]

NCAA bans use of private jets for charter operations

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has placed a ban on the use of private jets for charter operations. The ban is coming on the heels of the incident involving the flight of a hi-hop artiste, Azeez Fashola and his crew to Abuja for a concert under the pretense of[Read More…]

NCAA announce a number of airports where domestic flights will resume Operations in Nigeria

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) says the resumption of domestic flights as announced by the presidential task force on COVID-19 would be gradual. In a statement on Tuesday, Musa Nuhu, NCAA director-general, said flights will resume in five airports on June 21 and other airports will be added after[Read More…]

Just In: Nigerian civil aviation releases new Post-COVID protocol for international flights resumption

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has released COVID-19 Pandemic Public Health Protocols for Nigerian based crew operating international flights as flight crew must now wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and observe Infection, Prevention and Control (IPC) measures for the duration of the flight. The protocol also states that the[Read More…]

Stella Oduah Allegedly Reveals How Diezani Could Not Deal With Having Another Female Around Ex-President Jonathan

Former Minister of Aviation Stella Oduah has claimed she was removed by former President Goodluck Jonathan at the request of former Petroleum Minister Diezani Allison-Madueke, The Cable reports. Stella made the revelation in an upcoming book written by Bolaji Abdullahititled “On a Platter of Gold: How Jonathan Won and Lost Nigeria.” Abdullahi served as the Minister of Sports during[Read More…]

NCAA Sanctions Airline For Airspace Violation

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has applied the requisite sanction on Lyxor International, a non – schedule general aviation operator. NCAA, General Manager, Public Relations, Sam Adurogboye said in a statement Sunday this action by the Regulatory Authority was a consequence of the operator severally violating the terms of[Read More…]