The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has issued a stern warning, declaring its intention to halt the operations of any domestic airline operating without valid insurance coverage.
Captain Musa Nuhu, the Director General of the NCAA, conveyed this message through a recent correspondence marked as NCAA/DG/AIR/11/16/369, addressed to all airline operators.
In the letter, the regulatory authority emphasized its readiness to impose penalties on airlines that disregard the directive.
The NCAA reemphasized that “all airlines and related aviation service providers are obligated to maintain adequate and valid insurance coverage. They are required to provide the Authority with copies of current insurance certificates, proof of premium payment, and other pertinent policy documentation for insurance coverage spanning at least three months.”
The Authority underscored that failure to comply with this regulation would result in swift sanctions, including the suspension of the specific aircraft’s operations and the implementation of enforcement measures against airlines or service providers found to be in violation.
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