FG Gives Approval For Resumption Of Operations At Jos, Benin Airports
The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has granted approval to the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) for the resumption of the Benin Airport and the Yakubu Gowon Airport, Jos.
The approval was contained in separate letters signed by NCAA’s Director-General, Capt. Musa Nuhu in Lagos on Friday with reference: NCAA /DG/AIR/11/16/217 and NCAA/DG/AIR/11/16/216 respectively to the FAAN.
Nuhu explained that all protocols applied to Jos and Benin Airports should be implemented in other airports. The requirement pertains to the Post -COVID-19 Restart Guidelines and Health Protocols.
Satisfactorily fulfilled the requirements as necessary for the approval to be granted.
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Nuhu said the authority had issued several All Operators Letter (AOL) and Advisory Circulars. These provided guidelines, protocols and requirements for all sectors of the aviation industry.
“An All Operators Letter of May 18 with ref: NCAA/DG/GC/8/16/302. Also issued was the Advisory Circulars NCAA-AC-ARD 007-1 and NCAA-AC-AMS-002 as amended.
“Giving comprehensive guidelines and details of the requirements covering all functions and areas for compliance by all aerodrome operators for authorisation by NCAA for the resumption of airport operations.
Nuhu said FAAN should observe all guidelines issued by NCAA and Nigerian Public Health Authorities with emphasis on the implementation of Public Health Corridor and Aviation Security. He congratulated FAAN and wish it a successful resumption of operations.