AZMAN AIRLINE HAS RESUMED FLIGHT OPERATIONS 48 HOURS AFTER IT WAS GROUNDED.

by | Sep 17, 2022 | 0 comments

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has restored Azman Air’s license, allowing it to resume scheduled services less than 48 hours after it suspended operations due to failure to renew its Air Transport Licence (ATL).

“Consequent upon the fulfillment of all outstanding requirements, the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has renewed Azman Air’s Air Transport Licence (ATL), enabling the airline to resume flight operations,” the NCAA said in a brief statement.

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