Adurogboye said the aircraft was partially damaged after it overshot the runway
Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
The information was contained in a report released by the Consumer Protection Unit of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority in Ikeja, Lagos State on Wednesday
Bankole, reacting to the call, said the number of aircraft to be operated was an issue of regulation and not something that should be bandied around to frustrate the airlines who were already grappling with various challenges.
The group made the call in a statement signed by its President, Gbenga Olowo, on Friday in Lagos.
The Chief Operating Officer, BASL, Captain Jari Williams, made the request while speaking with newsmen in Lagos during a facility tour of the terminal.
Sam Adurogboye, General Manager, Public Relations, NCAA, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Thursday.
NAN reports that NCAA had in March issued a directive to domestic airlines on automation of their remittance of the five per cent Ticket and Cargo Sales Charges (TSC/CSC).
During the period, about 21,662 flights were operated by eight airlines, a document issued by the department and obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lagos has revealed.
This was contained in a document obtained by News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday from the Consumer Protection Department of the NCAA in Lagos.
According to the Consumer Protection Directorate of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, the decrease is due to the current economic hardships in the country, which is affecting air travels adversely.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Managing Director of Aero Contractors, Capt. Ado Sanusi, made this known while briefing newsmen on Wednesday in Lagos.
The Director-General of NCAA, Capt. Muhtar Usman, who made this known while briefing newsmen in Lagos, expressed optimism about positive developments from the five-day re-assessment of the nation’s aviation industry by the FAA.
Captain Muhtar Usman, the Director-General of the agency, revealed this to newsmen in Lagos on Monday.
Sam Adurogboye, the General Manager, Public Relations, NCAA, who disclosed this in Lagos on Sunday, said the exercise would take place from August 21 to 25, 2017.
The General Manager, Public Relations, NCAA, Sam Adurogboye, confirmed the development in a statement issued on Sunday in Lagos.
Abioye said the suspension of the industrial action became necessary following the engagement of the NCAA management, the ministry and the union in a social dialogue towards the settlement of the matter in dispute.
He told the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Abuja that NCAA had a proposed regulation already to drive both commercial and private RPAS operation commonly known as drones and unmanned aircraft.
Sam Adurogboye, General Manager, Public Relations, NCAA, confirmed the development to the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Friday.