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NATCA suspends strike as NCAA DG meets NAMA Mgt, Controllers

  Posted by Sade Williams   The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) said on Tuesday, that following the intervention of the management, normalcy has been restored at all Nigeria’s airports, as the Flow Control, earlier embarked upon by members of the Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has been suspended. The few hours of ‘Flow Control’ had caused some airlines ...

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NASS mulls Bill to create Single Security Administration similar to TSA for Nigeria’s airports

    Posted by Sade Williams     The House of Representatives is spearheading a major reform of the nation’s international airports in support of the Federal Government’s Ease of Doing Business, (EODB) initiative that will usher in a single security screening point for arriving and departing passengers. This followed the outcome of the meeting with the Speaker of the ...

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Reps laud AIB, NiMET budgetary performance

  Posted by Sade Williams The House of Representatives Committee on Aviation chaired by Honourable Nnolim Nnaji has applauded the 2021 budgetary implementation status of  two aviation agencies, Accidents Investigation Bureau, (AIB) and the Nigerian Meteorological Agency, (NIMET), saying they have perfomed well despite all odds. The committee gave the commendation during an oversight inspection visit to the agencies’ offices ...

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Ghana’s AIB seeks partnership with AIB-N on manpower development

      Posted by Sade Williams    In a bid to develop its technical competence and its manpower, the Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation and Prevention Bureau of Ghana is seeking technical and institutional partnership with its counterpart in Nigeria, Accident Investigation Bureau – Nigeria (AIB-N). Mr. Akwesi Prempeh, the Commissioner, AAIIPB-Ghana, who led a four-man team to Nigeria ...

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Agoro re-elected as NATCA president

  … vows to move profession forward   Posted by Sade Williams  Mr. Abayomi Agoro has been re-elected president of the Nigeria Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) for a second time. Agoro polled 238 votes to defeat his opponent, Hussaini Jubril who scored 175. A total of 413 votes were cast. Speaking after his presentation of certificate of return, NATCA ...

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