NCAA Confirms Airlines Free To Fix Fares and Charges

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The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority says all airlines’ tariffs for services rendered, which include fares, rates, add-on charges or terms and condition of service, have been fully liberalised. This was contained in a statement by the General Manager, Public Relations …

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Ministry of Aviation Liaise With CBN To make FOREX Accessible To Airlines

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The scarcity of foreign exchange, which is already taking a toll on the activities of airlines operating in the country, particularly the foreign firms will soon be a thing of the past as the Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi …

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NCAA Denies Knowledge of Airlines’ Demands of US Dollars for Payments

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Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, has said the regulatory authority is not aware of any reported case of   foreign airlines operating in Nigeria charging Nigerian passengers dollars   instead of Naira the official currency of the country. Investigations by Vanguard revealed that …

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NCAA Orders Five Companies To Suspend Supply of Aviation Fuel

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Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) reportedly directed Acorn Petroleum, Ascon Oil Company, Jushad Oil & Gas, Lubcon and Star Orient Aviation to suspend the supply of aviation fuel as the companies lack depot facilities. NCAA reportedly directed Federal Airports Authority …

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