NCAA lauds five airlines over consistency in payment of 5% TSC/CSC

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has commended five domestic airlines for their consistency in the remittance of 5 percent Ticket Sales Charges/Cargo Sales Charges (TSC/CSC). The NCAA in a statement signed by Sam Adurogboye, general manager public relations, noted that the payment is in compliance with the Nigeria Civil Aviation Act 2006 (As amended). The airlines are Air Peace Airline, Overland Airways, Medview Airline, Aero Contractors and Allied Air Limited. Other key considerations for recognition by the Authority are timely remittance of Cargo Sales Charges (CSC); beneficial working relationship,…

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Xenophobic attacks: NANTA urges Africans to embrace love as virtue

NANTA while stating its position on the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa said the recent happenings have not been a pleasant one. The President of NANTA, Mr. Bankole Bernard while speaking on this issue said: “Initially when I saw the videos of how our people were being killed by thugs in South Africa, all I could think of was that why should Africans be destroying themselves? However, on a second thought when I took a closer look at the situation, I saw that some criminals were trying…

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AIB begins investigation into Max Air serious incident at Minna airport

The Accident Investigation Bureau, AIB Nigeria team of safety investigators have commenced investigations into the Max Air serious incident at the Minna airport on Saturday, September 7. A statement by the investigation agency said it was notified on the 7th September, 2019 by Max Air Limited of a serious incident involving their Boeing 747-400 aircraft with nationality and registration marks 5N-DBK which occurred during the final approach on Runway 23 at Minna Airport, Niger State. The aircraft took off from King Abdul Aziz international Airport, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia with 560…

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