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NCAA suspends license of private jet owners for using aircraft for commercial flights

Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has taken action against three private jet owners for conducting commercial flight operations, as announced on Tuesday.

Chris Najomo, Acting Director of NCAA, revealed this development, stating that the use of private jets for commercial purposes led to directives from Aviation Minister Festus Keyamo to halt such activities.

Earlier warnings had been issued to permit holders for non-commercial flights (PNCF), cautioning against passenger cargo carriage.

Following intensified monitoring at airport terminals, three operators were found violating regulations, leading to the suspension of their PNCF. Najomo emphasized a reevaluation of all PNCF holders by April 19, 2024, to ensure compliance.

Additionally, he mandated submission of relevant documents within 72 hours and warned AOC holders against unauthorized charter operations.g

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