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VISION: To be one of the leading Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. MISSION: To provide safe, efficient, effective and economic Air Navigation Services to airspace users, through deployment of new technologies and dedicated workforce.

The provision of seamless, safe, efficient, effective and economic air navigation services in accordance with relevant Annexes to the Chicago Convention of 1944 as well as the ICAO-driven CNS/ATM concept is clearly the fulcrum around which the activities of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) revolves as Nigeria’s sole air navigation service provider. 

The responsibility for ensuring the seamless provision of these safety-critical services is vested upon the Air Traffic Safety Electronics and Engineering Services Directorate of the Agency, which has, over the years, been supporting and engineering the deployment of modern, scalable, and flexible technologies to ensure air traffic safety as well as expeditious air traffic management operations.

The processes, strategies, and activities for the provision of air navigation services by NAMA revolve around the three safety-critical areas of Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance with the establishment of clearly defined systems and operational divisions for ensuring the institutionalization of a sustainable, technology-driven, and safety-assured Air Traffic Management terrain.

 

 

 

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