Thursday, March 5, 2015

Now that NCAA's To Ground Private Jets In Nigeria,what now happens to our parents with private jets?

The Director General Of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Usman Muhtar says the agency is set to clamp down on all foreign registered privately owned aircrafts in the country who have failed to regularize their documentation in conformity with the current operations status.
Statementsigned by the NCAA spokesman on Wednesday, Fan Nduboke says that the sanctions will include revoking the operating license of any identified defaulting private operator and outright seizure of some aircraft in serious cases....details after the cut

The Statement frowned at the use of licensed private aircrafts for commercial purposes, describing it as tantamount to gross violation of regulations of the civil aviation laws of Nigeria.
The NCAA restates that its earlier directive that all private operators that have been issued with flight operations certificate and maintenance certification must fly in Nigeria strictly for private purposes only and not for hire and reward.

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