NAMA, Nigerian Airforce Forge Stronger Alliance For Enhanced Airspace Safety

L-R: The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hassan Abubakar in a handshake with the managing director, Nigeria Airspace Management Agency, Engr. Umar Farouk when the latter visited the Nigerian Airforce headquarters in Abuja.

In a bid to fortify airspace safety and security across Nigeria, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has actively renewed its commitment to strengthening collaboration with the Nigerian Airforce.

During a recent courtesy visit to the Nigerian Airforce headquarters in Abuja, the managing director of NAMA, Engr. Umar Farouk engaged in discussions with the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hassan Abubakar. Farouk reiterated NAMA’s dedication to fortifying the ongoing partnership, recognising the pivotal role played by the Airforce in safeguarding the nation’s airspace.

Expressing gratitude for the existing cooperation, Farouk highlighted the eagerness to explore new avenues that would be mutually beneficial. He stressed the crucial role that an enhanced collaboration between NAMA and the Nigerian Airforce would play in ensuring airspace management, safety and security nationwide.

Air Marshal Hassan emphasised the importance of a steadfast commitment to this partnership, acknowledging its substantial impact on the safety and efficiency of Nigeria’s aviation sector. Furthermore, he urged NAMA’s cooperation in achieving the final accreditation of the Air Traffic School Training Centre (ATSTC) in Kaduna, emphasising its role in enhancing manpower and capacity.

The collaborative efforts between NAMA and the Nigerian Airforce underscore a shared commitment to ensuring the safety and security of Nigeria’s airspace. Through fostering collaboration and pursuing innovative initiatives, both organisations aim to elevate the standards of airspace management and enhance the overall aviation landscape in Nigeria.

Oluchi Okorafor
+ posts

Leave a Reply

get in touch


Latest News

Related Articles