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 Dr Harold Demuren, Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)

NCAA Insists on Ban on Night Operations for Helicopters

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has remained unwavering on its rejection of request by helicopter operators’ for night operations, describing it as unsafe.

Dr. Harold Demuren, director general, NCAA

Prices Fixing Scandal: NCAA to Install Info Portal @ Airports

Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has concluded plans to install a Consumer Protection at the nation’s airports. This is coming on the heels of accusations of the

Alhaji Abdullahi Dikko, the comptroller general of customs (CGC)

Customs E-Clearance Structure Spurs Revenue Generation-Feteh

Customs automation and the use of Information and Communications Technologies in trade procedures have over the years attracted considerable attention in trade

CRD Holds Business Section for Courier Coys

The Courier Regulatory Department is set to hold its first mandatory capacity building programme for the year, 2012, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt. The workshop

NAMA makes Case for Installation of Military Radar

Installation of a military radar system at the nation’s airports will enhance the surveillance and security of the airspace says Engineer Mazi Nnamdi Udoh, the managing

Customs to Implement Enhanced e-Clearance Structure

Search for a structure for improved revenue generation involving due electronic clearance procedure, the Nigeria Customs Service meditates on introducing a-single window

UPS Emerges World No 1 on Fortune's Ranking

UPS, a parcel service company in Nigeria has emerged the “World’s Most Admired” company in courier industry, following an annual survey conducted by FORTUNE magazine.

Skye Bank Moves to Ensure Cabotage Act Realization

Skye Bank has reiterated its commitment to unfurl profitable dais in the nation’s maritime sector, pivotal to bursting the implementation of the Cabotage Act 2003.

Onitsha Port Due for Commissioning- Umar

Federal Government has said the Onitsha port would be ready for operation in the second quarter of the year to ease transportation stress and reduce the sufferings of

SNFFIEC Utters Discontent with Customs Benchmark

The self imposed revenue target for year 2012 by the Nigeria Customs Service running in trillions of naira has continued to pitch it against stakeholders in the sector.

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