NCAA lifts United Nigeria’s plane suspension, carrier begs passengers

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has lifted the suspension placed on the Part G operations specifications of a wet-leased Airbus aircraft operated by United Nigeria Airlines.

The agency had last Sunday suspended the airline’s Airbus following after it temporarily diverted its flight NUA 0504 headed for Abuja to Asaba.

In a letter signed by the NCAA’s Director of Licensing and Training, Captain I.B Danbazzau and, addressed to the Managing Director of the airline, the agency outlined the outcome of its investigation and made recommendations.

It then stated that the suspension had been lifted, requesting the carrier to comply with the Nigeria Civil Aviation All Operators letter (DG 15/2023) referenced NCAA/DGCA/AIR/11/16/347.

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The airline in a statement, expressed its deepest gratitude to its passengers for keeping faith with it and for their understanding during the difficult period.

“Safety is at the core of United Nigeria Airlines’ values and we take our commitment to passenger safety very seriously. We are aware that every time our schedule is disrupted, it is usually a very painful experience for you and for us, as well because we know and understand that it affects travel plans and diminishes your trust in the reliability of our operations.

“We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience this has caused you and would want to reassure you that our dedicated team is working around the clock to resolve the backlog of flight schedules because we understand the importance of your travel plans and the trust you place in us.”, the airline said.

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It assured passengers that its customer support team is always available to assist with any inquiries and provide them with all the support they need to make their travel experience seamless.

” Be rest assured that you will continue enjoying quality service from us. We hope to see you soon,” it added.

Wole Shadare