Abuja - The Nigerian College of Aviation Technology (NCAT) in Zaria has graduated a set of 12 cadet air traffic controllers in key courses.
These are Basic Aerodrome and Approach Control Course as well as Flight Training.
According to a senior official of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), this development would boost critical labour capacity were given a boost in airports across the country.
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The air traffic controllers cadets began the training early last year.
They will now commence on-the-job training (OJT) in some designated airports across the country for the Basic Air Traffic Control License.
The Managing Director of Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, Engineer Ibrahim Abdulsalam commended the cadets for their hard work and perseverance throughout the training period which resulted to a successful and impressive result
He expressed delight that the agency was making remarkable progress in bridging the manpower gap in the critical sector of operations.
- CAJ News