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Overbloated aviation agencies impacting industry’s performance— Mshelia

    Posted by Sade Williams   Capt. Ibrahim Mshelia, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of West Link Airlines has said that the six aviation agencies in Nigeria are over-bloated with unnecessary staff, saying that that most of them focus on revenue generations, rather than provision of quality services to their clients. Mshelia stated that each of the agencies; the ...

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Aviation unions to stage peaceful protest over clauses in CAA Monday

    Posted by Sade Williams   Ahead of the 14-day ultimatum, Aviation unions including the National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE), Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (ATSSSAN), the Association of Nigerian Aviation Professionals (ANAP), National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE) and the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporation Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services ...

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Why we may not renew AOC, ATL for airlines–NCAA DG

    Captain Musa Nuhu, the director general, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) in this interview, shortly after a meeting with domestic operators, expresses hope for the release of all foreign airlines’trapped funds, speaks on ongoing audit of airlines and hints at why some AOCs, ATLs may not be renewed. Sade Williams captures the chat. Experts:   Assent to Civil ...

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AON denies fraud in debts to aviation agencies

    …says airlines owe debts in operations globally   Posted by Sade Williams   The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), has denied defrauding aviation agencies to the tune of N19 billion, saying even airlines business worldwide is not a cash and carry business. The AON was reacting to allegations that some airlines had diverted money meant to be remmitted ...

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Aviation Agencies lament N42bn debts by domestic airlines as foreign airlines’ debt to NCAA rises to $7.8m

    Posted by Sade Williams   Debts owed the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) by indigenous airlines on the statutory 5 per cent Ticket Sales Charge and Cargo Sales Charge (TSC/CSC) has risen to over N19 billion and $7.8 million in the last few years. The airlines it was gathered are also indebted to the Federal Airports Authority of ...

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