Airline Operators Express Confidence in NCAA DG

Airline Operators Express Confidence in NCAA DG

Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) has expressed its confidence on the newly appointed acting Director General of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Captain Chris Najomo, saying that his wealth of experience as a seasoned pilot, will enhance efficiency in the sector.

AON said Najomo’s knowledge of the sector would enable him do better than his predecessors and said that the airlines would work with him to further improve regulation in the industry. Najomo has been actively engaging with stakeholders from various sectors of the industry, and the AON, representing indigenous airlines in Nigeria, recently met with him in Abuja.

During the meetings, Najomo assured stakeholders of his commitment to foster collaboration in addressing the challenges facing the industry. He also pledged to create a more favourable and conducive operating environment to enhance the operations of domestic carriers.

Based on the positive outcomes of the meetings, the airlines said they were relieved and optimistic that a new era has dawned in the industry. They have resolved to support the Najomo-led NCAA on the task of building upon the industry’s achievements.

One of the operators shared his personal experiences with Najomo as an airline CEO, praising his dedication to service delivery. The airline executive narrated an incident where Najomo swiftly resolved an issue regarding document processing, demonstrating his responsiveness and efficiency.

The executive emphasised the importance of collaboration and synergy among all stakeholders for the industry’s growth. He called on all stakeholders, including airline CEOs , service providers, ground handlers, and others committed to the industry’s development, to rally behind Najomo.

Highlighting Najomo’s extensive experience in the aviation industry, the operator expressed confidence that with collaboration, the industry could achieve great heights and propel Nigerian aviation to new levels of success.

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