Abuja - A delegation of the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) has commended the Nigerian Airspace Managing Agency (NAMA) for enhancing safety in the country's airspace.
The delegation, led by its Director General, Amadou Guitteye, gave the commendation after inspection tour of the agency’s facilities at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja.
The team inspected the Control Tower, Equipment Room, VSAT Earth Station, Instrument Landing Systems, Localizers and the Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities (TRACON) centre.
Guitteye described the facilities as excellent.
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“We are very impressed about what we have seen. From the navigational aids to the TRACON centre, we learnt a lot," he said.
Guitteye said this had given them more confidence in the ability of NAMA to guarantee safety of air navigation in the region.
"We also discovered from our interaction that Nigeria has very capable technical manpower managing these infrastructure and we shall continue to exchange ideas and technologies, all targeted at enhancing air safety on the continent of Africa.”
ASECNA and NAMA recently partnered to strengthen safety and airspace coordination within the Africa and Indian Ocean region.
- CAJ News