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Aviation fuel scarcity resurrects at Nigerian airports, Jet A1 jumps to N260 per litre

NCAA

Strong indications have emerged showing that scarcity of aviation fuel has resurfaced in Nigeria as airlines weekend observed that price of Jet A1, otherwise known locally as aviation fuel, to an all-time high of N260 per litre from N180 per litre. Some experts who spoke to our correspondent on Monday averred that more airlines may be forced to close shop ...

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AfCFTA crafted to erode untapped Nigerian markets by smarter Africans—OPS

AU treaty

…As 44 African heads of states ink treaty in Kigali Following the failed signing of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) treaty, by President Muhammadu Buhari which can be observed from his absence at the AU meeting in Kigali, Rwanda on Wednesday, the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON), has opened up on why it advised against the deal and ...

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Don’t sign African Continental Free Trade Area Treaty, MAN, AON tell FG

Jacobs MAN Boss

For fear of losing traffic and associated industry advantages, the Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) has called on the Federal Government not to sign the African Continental Free Trade Area treaty (ACFTA). The continental deal which is expected to facilitate a single market of more than one billion people from the 54 member states of the African Union (AU), is ...

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Early signals of losing out in Single Africa Air Transport Market emerge

Amaechi Seriika

Rather than innovative synergy between the federal government and Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) on how best Nigerian airlines will play take advantage of the liberalisation of African airspace, known as Single Africa Air Transport Market (SAATM), both parties in less than one month of the deal have started fighting themselves in the public. Only last week, the Minister of ...

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NCAA gives airlines till Dec to automate remittances or face sanction

NCAA

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has given all domestic airlines that are yet to fully automate their remittance of the five per cent Ticket and Cargo Sales Charges (TSC/CSC) to do so on or before ending of December or be sanctioned. The five per cent TSC/CSC is the revenue accruable to the aviation agencies through NCAA as contained in ...

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Airlines give conditions for seamless remittance of VAT, others

AON logo

The joint team of delegation from Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) who paid the Chairman of Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Mr. Babatunde Fowler has given terms and conditions for a smooth administration tax from airlines operating in the country. In their submission presented by the Chairman of AON, Capt. Nogie Meggison, they ...

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Attractive policies in Ghanaian aviation robbing Nigeria’s comparative advantage–Experts

Ghana Aviation

There are serious indications that Ghana, with less number of both local and international airports are ahead of Nigeria in the control of aviation hub in the sub-region. Nigeria currently sits at the trigger point of the continent and the shortcut (about six-hour travel time) to the rest of the world. With 170 million plus population, internal movement of about ...

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First quarter saw 6,789 delay and 318 cancellations out of 10,366 flights—NCAA

Amaechi Seriika

The cumulative performance of the nation’s domestic aviation industry has shown serious drop in value chain within the first quarter of 2017. A report released by the NCAA’s Consumer Protection Department disclosed that 10,366 flights operated in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the 15,434 flights operated in 2016 by the same eight domestic airlines. But the not so ...

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