Nigerian Air Traffic Controller's Association NATCA calls for substantive Managing Director appointment

Nigrian Airspace Management Agency

The Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has thrown it weight behind the Federal Government’s efforts to sanitize the aviation industry of impunity and corrupt practices.


Invitation to IFATCA Africa and Middle East Regional Meeting


Keziah P A Ogutu - Executive Vice President Africa Middle East P O Box 56819, 00200 Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 722386001 or +254 20 827100, Fax: +254 20 827102,

REF: EVPAFM/2015/025

31 August 2015


Nigerian AirTraffic Controller's AGM

natca agm akure 2015
The Annual General Meeting/Conference of the Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers' Association of Nigeria comes up in Akure, the state capital of Ondo state of Nigeria by 10;00am daily from 8th to 9th of October, 2015 at the Main Hall of the Royal Bird Hotel & Towers, Alagbaka. This year's theme is titled: THE IMPACTS OF AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ON NATIONAL SECURITY. Chairperson: Dr. Morenike Omolara Kukoyi (Retired General Manager, Aviation Medical Clinics-FAAN), Special Guest of Honour: Mrs. Binta Bello (Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Aviation,

NATCA urges FG to improve communication facilities in airspace


The Nigerian Air Traffic Controllers Association, NATCA, has urged the Federal Government to invest more money in the Communications and Surveillance, gadgets across the country. NATCA argued that this will further sustain air safety in the country’s airspace. Speaking at its 42nd Annual General Meeting, AGM, in Asaba, Delta State, NATCA President, Victor Enyaru declared that Communication and Navigation Surveillance, CNS, and Air Traffic Management, ATM, facilities nationwide were yet to be improved upon over the years.


Aviation Stakeholders insist on expert as Minister

aviation experts

Stakeholders in the aviation industry yesterday called on President Goodluck Jonathan to appoint a professional with technical background as minister of aviation.
In an unprecedented, unanimous decision, the stakeholders said their demand is not negotiable.



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