Airspace News Magazine, September 2016 Edition -
NAMA Mulls Upgrade Of TRACON Facilities:
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has solicited the support of the Federal Government in its bid to upgrade the Total Radar Coverage of Nigeria (TRACON). Speaking while briefing members of the House of Representatives Committee on Aviation at the agency's headquarters in Lagos, the Ag. Managing Director of NAMA, Engr. Emma Anasi noted that “at the time of installation, some International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Standard And Recommended Practices (SARPS) were not incorporated in the TRACON system,” stressing that this systems upgrade had become imperative to enable TRACON meet the current technology specified by ICAO and also comply with international standards and global best practices.
Airspace News Magazine, June 2016 Edition -
Sirika Unfolds Blueprint For Aviation Development:
It was the first direct interface between I government and key players in the sector on the way forward for the industry- a town hall meeting of sorts between Honourable Minister of State Aviation, Senator Hadi Abubakar Sirika and stakeholders in the aviation industry with the aim of enabling government design an allembracing policy framework that would galvanize the sector, make it more productive and profit-oriented as well as contribute substantially to the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Airspace News Magazine, February 2016 Edition -
NAMA Spearheads Collaborative Action On Runway Safety:
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) describes a runway as “a defined rectangular area on a land aerodrome prepared for the landing and takeoff of aircraft.” Runway safety has remained a significant challenge and top priority for airport operations worldwide.
Airspace News Magazine, Jan 2015 Edition
Abdulsalam: NAMA's quiet transformation
Ever since his assumption of office as Managing Director/Chief Executive of the Nigerian Airspace Mnagement Agency
on tuesday, the 4th of march, 2014, Engr. Ibrahim Abdulsalam has continued to startle close watchers with his unique participative Leadership style that has never been witnessed before in the Agency.
Airspace News Magazine, July 2014 Edition
NAMA: Sustaining the Gains of Air Safety
Gradually, it is becoming increasingly apparent to discerning Nigerians that air mishaps or incidents have no bearing on the safety or otherwise of the airspace. Previous air crashes in the country and elsewhere have been traced to poor pilot judgment, fatigue and poor aircraft performance.
Airspace News Magazine, June 2013 Edition
The aviation industry is known globally for excellence. Since the appointment as Minister of Aviation in June 2011, Princess Stella Oduah has stopped at nothing in the pursuit of this cause. From the remodeling of airports across the country to the repositioning of agencies under her ministry to enhance safety and profitability, the industry has attained a good measure of excellence under her watch. Little wonder, she has been inundated with laurels and accolades among which is the champion man of the year 2012. And for the first time in Nigeria’s history, the Aviation Round Table on a fact finding mission has endorsed the effectiveness of the new radar equipment across the nation’s airport. Also in this edition, we celebrate with our amiable M.D. Engr. Nnamdi Udoh as he celebrates his 53rd birthday in style. As usual, it is a bumper.
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has assured stakeholders that the nation’s airspace remains one of the safest on the cont...
AKINKUOTU TAKES OVER AS NAMA MD/CE