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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.


ALL ONLINE APPLICATION SHOULD BE SUBMITTED TO NAMA PORTAL ATLEAST 24HOURS BEFORE THE DATE OF OPERATION OF THE FLIGHT


All registered aircraft clearance handling agents must:


  • Undergo training before attempting using the platform.
  • Submit their user name and e-mail address to aircraft clearance office for online registration.

  • A secret password will be sent to them through the e-mail address submitted.

THE PROCEDURE TO LOG INTO NAMA SITE

  • Open a browser and type the address: flightclearance.gov.ng and press the enter key or log into NAMA website then click on e-clearance 

  • e-flight Clearance Solution Portal will be open

  • Log in using your e-mail address & password

  • Card authentication window will be open

  • Card number issued to you by NAMA will be requested for

  • Enter the given number with its corresponding serial number 

  • Click the validate card button

  • Main menu will be open

  • Then do the required logging either for Overflight, Ambulance or Technical landing

  • On submission, a tracking number will be generated to indicate that the application has gotten to destination awaiting attention.

  • The tracking number could now be used to track the application till the permit number is issued.

Note

If the application is approved a permit number is issued and notification is received through e-mail and mobile SMS.

If the application is declined the agent receives a notification through an e-mail and mobile SMS with reason for rejection.



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