NCAA takes steps to stop homegrown flight tasks over break of COVID-19 conventions

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on Monday took steps to stop homegrown flight tasks in the nation over supposed break of COVID-19 conventions by industry players. 

In a letter named: "Rebelliousness With COVID-19 Protocol," marked by its Director-General, Capt Musa Nuhu and routed to neighborhood aircrafts, NCAA focused on that the resumption of homegrown activities was predicated on consistence with COVID-19 conventions set up by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 and the Nigeria Center for Disease Control. 

It, consequently, cautioned defaulters to cease from the break of the conventions or face serious punishments for such infractions. 

The Federal Government had in July affirmed the resumption of homegrown flight activities in 14 air terminals including the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, and the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja. 

The letter read: "It has been brought to the notification of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority that some homegrown carrier administrators have not been following the COVID-19 conventions as delivered through All Operators Letter (AOL) DG 035/20 ref. NCAA/DG/AIR/11/16/260 dated fourth September, 2020 and Advisory Circular (AC) NCAA-AC-AMS-006 dated fourth September, 2020. 

"Endorsements for resumption of homegrown activities are predicated on consistence with the above conventions. 

"This is an admonition to all homegrown administrators who are not in consistence to cease from such acts right away. 

"The proceeded resistance with the COVID-19 convention will pull in extreme punishments up to and including undoing of endorsement to continue homegrown tasks. Kindly be guided likewise."

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