Aviation: Uganda Leading Africa in Liberalising Airspace

Uganda Leading Africa in Liberalising Airspace Uganda has been commended for implementing liberal aviation policies and asked the country to spear head processes for other African countries to fully open up their airspace. Speaking at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) silver jubilee stakeholders’ dinner at Kampala Serena Hotel last week, African Airlines Association secretary general, Mr Elijah Chingosho, said it […]

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Africa: Ugandan Aviation school to sue Civil Aviation $1.5m for lack of AOC

The Board Chairman of Uganda Aviation School Capt. George Mike Mukula, has expressed his disappointment in Civil Aviation Authority [CAA] for allegedly blocking investment in the sector. Private investment in the Aviation Sector in Uganda is failing to pick up because of the inadequacies and complacency culture that have riddled the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) at all levels, Mukula said […]

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Nigeria’s CAA Says 51 of the country’s BASA are inactive

By Friday Nwosu Nigeria’s Civil Aviation Authority has said fifty one of the country’s Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA), signed with various countries is currently inactive because the nations are yet to commence operations. The CAA disclosed that the country presently has BASA agreement with 80 countries noting that 29 of the BASAs in operation. Director General, Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, Capt. […]

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