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Over 2,000 Nigerians Complain About Ethiopian, Emirates Airlines Others in 6 MonthsThe Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, received a total of 2,133 complain
Over 2,000 Nigerians Complain About Ethiopian, Emirates Airlines Others in 6 Months
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The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, received a total of 2,133 complaints from both domestic and international air passengers between January and June 2016, statistics from its Consumer Protection Department have indicated. A document issued... Read more
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NCAA Cautions Passengers Against Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 PhonesAdurogboye, NCAA said: "Consequent upon recent incidents and concerns raised by
NCAA Cautions Passengers Against Use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Phones
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Adurogboye, NCAA said: "Consequent upon recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 device, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has directed passengers neither to turn on nor charge these devices on board an... Read more
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NCAA Cautions Passengers On Samsung Galaxy Note 7NCAA, said "Consequent upon recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung abo
NCAA Cautions Passengers On Samsung Galaxy Note 7
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NCAA, said "Consequent upon recent incidents and concerns raised by Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority has directed passengers not to turn on or charge these devices on board aircraft." The... Read more
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State Bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On AirlinesSamsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA
State Bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On Airlines
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has directed passengers not to turn on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices on board aircraft following recent incidents and concerns raised by its... Read more
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FirstNation Airways Announces Flight Resumptionto await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. He said "the FirstNation mana
FirstNation Airways Announces Flight Resumption
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to await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. He said "the FirstNation management planned well ahead and kept the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) informed of the progress of the maintenance of its aircraft. "The airline planned... Read more
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Workers Seek Government's Intervention to Reposition Sectorhas become a drain pipe in the fortunes of the authority." "Considering the vi
Workers Seek Government's Intervention to Reposition Sector
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has become a drain pipe in the fortunes of the authority." "Considering the vital regulatory responsibilities of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), and its primary duty towards the well being of its employees, the NEC in-session... Read more
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Don't Concession Major Airports, Aviation Workers Tell Governmenton this germane matter," he said. He urged the aviation agencies, including th
Don't Concession Major Airports, Aviation Workers Tell Government
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on this germane matter," he said. He urged the aviation agencies, including the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority and the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), to improve the welfare of their... Read more
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As High Charges Threaten Airlines' Operationgovernment agencies charge them highly for the services rendered to them. Airl
As High Charges Threaten Airlines' Operation
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government agencies charge them highly for the services rendered to them. Airlines pay five percent charge to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on every ticket sold by the airlines; they pay for on-duty cards, which could range... Read more
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FirstNation Shifts Resumption of Operationsenormous cost to await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. "The FirstNatio
FirstNation Shifts Resumption of Operations
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enormous cost to await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. "The FirstNation management planned well ahead and kept the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) informed of the progress on the maintenance of its aircraft. "We notified... Read more
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FirstNation Shifts Resumption of Flight Operationsenormous cost to await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. "The FirstNatio
FirstNation Shifts Resumption of Flight Operations
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enormous cost to await the arrival of the manufacturer's team. "The FirstNation management planned well ahead and kept the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) informed of the progress on the maintenance of its aircraft. "We notified... Read more
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Travel Agencies List Ways to Revive Aviation Sectorfor the problems of the aviation sector, NANTA condemned the Federal Airports A
Travel Agencies List Ways to Revive Aviation Sector
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for the problems of the aviation sector, NANTA condemned the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) for imposing multiple charges on passengers. While FAAN allegedly charges $50 per... Read more
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Peterside - Maritime Security Requires Planningof Flight Operations stated that having contended with these challenges, the ai
Peterside - Maritime Security Requires Planning
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of Flight Operations stated that having contended with these challenges, the airline planned well ahead and kept the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) informed of the progress of the maintenance of its aircraft. According to him, "We... Read more
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Why Firstnation Airways Shut Operationsof dollars. The captain added that having contended with these challenges, the
Why Firstnation Airways Shut Operations
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of dollars. The captain added that having contended with these challenges, the airline planned ahead and kept the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) informed of the progress of the maintenance of its aircraft. According to him, "We... Read more
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We Are Dying, Airline Operators Tell Senateto other airlines, bearing in mind that the airline had operated in Nigeria for
We Are Dying, Airline Operators Tell Senate
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to other airlines, bearing in mind that the airline had operated in Nigeria for 59 years. However, the Director General of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Mr. Muktar Usman, assured the committee that the federal government was already... Read more
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One Year After, No Final Report On Bristow Crashwould be professionally wrong to comment on the matter while a final verdict wa
One Year After, No Final Report On Bristow Crash
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would be professionally wrong to comment on the matter while a final verdict was being expected. They insisted that AIB and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) were in better position to speak on the issue. Officials of the AIB told The... Read more
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FirstNation Airline to Resume Operations September 15maintenance on its fleet in line with safety standards and regulations. Mr. Yu
FirstNation Airline to Resume Operations September 15
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maintenance on its fleet in line with safety standards and regulations. Mr. Yusuf's statement came a few days after the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority announced that FirstNation had been ordered to shut down operations indefinitely because... Read more
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First Nation Suspends Operations, As Aviation Unions Protesttook over the premises of Aero at the domestic wing of the Murtala Muhammed Air
First Nation Suspends Operations, As Aviation Unions Protest
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took over the premises of Aero at the domestic wing of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos. Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Muhtar Usman, who announced the suspension, said First Nation was in the middle of... Read more
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Retirees Sue Aviation Ministry for N10.2 Billionsuit; Oni Babatunde, Moshood Jimoh, Temitope Tubi, Nwoke Ogbonna, and Bryank Ka
Retirees Sue Aviation Ministry for N10.2 Billion
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suit; Oni Babatunde, Moshood Jimoh, Temitope Tubi, Nwoke Ogbonna, and Bryank Kaduru, and 35 others, are former employees of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, NAMA and Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria... Read more
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FirstNation Airways Suspends Operation as NCAA Reacts70% devaluation of the naira partly contributed in no small measure to the curr
FirstNation Airways Suspends Operation as NCAA Reacts
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70% devaluation of the naira partly contributed in no small measure to the current suspension of scheduled operations. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), meanwhile, said both airlines suspended their operations temporarily "to enable... Read more
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Retirees of Aviation Parastatals File N10.2 Billion Suit Over Alleged EvictionKolawole Jimoh, Temitope Tubi, Nwoke Onyebuchi Ogbonna, Bryank Kaduru and 35 ot
Retirees of Aviation Parastatals File N10.2 Billion Suit Over Alleged Eviction
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Kolawole Jimoh, Temitope Tubi, Nwoke Onyebuchi Ogbonna, Bryank Kaduru and 35 others, who are former employees of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), and Federal Airports Authority of... Read more
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NCAA Dismisses Airlines Fold Up ClaimsThe Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), on Thursday dismissed claims that
NCAA Dismisses Airlines Fold Up Claims
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The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), on Thursday dismissed claims that some airlines were winding down their operations in the country. The authority dismissed the claims in a statement signed by the NCAA Director-General, Captain Muhtar... Read more
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Why Aero Suspended Scheduled Operations - NCAALagos — The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has dismissed sundry claim
Why Aero Suspended Scheduled Operations - NCAA
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Lagos — The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has dismissed sundry claims that some Airlines are winding down their operations. On the contrary, these airlines are merely suspending their operations temporarily to enable them undertake... Read more
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Another Airline, First Nation Suspends Operationsof its operations, another domestic carrier, First Nation Airlines, has followe
Another Airline, First Nation Suspends Operations
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of its operations, another domestic carrier, First Nation Airlines, has followed suit, suspending its operations. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) made this known on Thursday. Aero Contractors Airlines, Nigeria's second largest... Read more
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Another Nigerian Airline, First Nation, Suspends Operationsannounced on Thursday that First Nation had been ordered to shut down for manda
Another Nigerian Airline, First Nation, Suspends Operations
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announced on Thursday that First Nation had been ordered to shut down for mandatory maintenance. The director-general, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Muhtar Usman, said in a statement that the indefinite suspension of operations by... Read more
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NCAA Seeks Improved Crew, Passenger RelationsLagos — The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has warned that the author
NCAA Seeks Improved Crew, Passenger Relations
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
Lagos — The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has warned that the authority will not tolerate any assault on crew members by passengers, saying anyone caught will face the full wrath of the law. The authority is of the opinion that there was... Read more

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