Nigeria takes huge step, signs Civil Aviation Master Plan (CAMP) with ICAO, others

The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has signed the Civil Aviation Masterplan (CAMP) with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

The Director General of Civil Aviation Nigeria, Captain Musa Nuhu, and ICAO Secretary General Mr. Juan Carlos Salaazar signed the agreement during a recent visit by the DGCA to ICAO in Montreal, Canada.

The Master plan when implemented will further unlock opportunities in the Nigerian aviation industry.

DG NCAA, Capt Musa Nuhu

According to Nuhu, “This is a major step in repositioning the nation’s aviation industry to attain its full potential and make significant contributions to the nation’s economic growth and development. All relevant stakeholders within and outside the aviation ecosystem will be involved in developing and implementing the CAMP.”

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In another development, the Director General of Civil Aviation Authority Nigeria, Captain Musa Nuhu with his Counterpart DG ANAC Benin Republic, Mr. Karl Legba, on the 3rd August 2023, signed the Aeronautical Search and Rescue (SAR) Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Nigeria and Benin Republic.

Captain Nuhu said at the event that “this long overdue MoU will enhance the safety of flight operations in the region.

Also signed were the SAR Agreements between Nigeria and Togo which were signed at ANAC Togo headquarters, Lome.

 

 

 

Nuhu and his Togolese counterpart, Director ANAC Togo, Col. Latta Gnama signed on behalf of their countries.

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He said more SAR MoU with neighboring countries are expected to be signed within the next couple of weeks.

Wole Shadare