- The Nigerian Customs Service issued a serious warning to private jet owners in the country who do not yet have to comply with its laws
- The authorities on Monday, June 21, found that after the deadline for the import inspection, delinquent persons would face serious sanctions.
- The NCS added that many jet owners are failing to comply have adhered to the regulations for using the aircraft in Nigeria
Abuja – After the deadline of 6. July by the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) for checking imports, some private jet owners in the country could soon lose their license to fly.
The NCS spokesman, Joseph Attah , on Monday June 21, announced that Nigerian private jet owners are expected to comply with laws governing the aircraft’s importation, such as tariffs and ste According to Daily Trust reports.
Attah said those who do not have to do what is necessary should report to the service’s headquarters in Abuja with the following documents: Registration , the NCAA’s Flight Operations Compliance Certificate (FOCC), the NCAA’s Maintenance Compliance Certificate (MCC), the NCAA Non-Commercial Flight Authorization (PNCF), and the Temporary Import Authorization (TIP).
He noted that the deadline for people who imported their jets through the Temporary Import Permit (PIP) has expired, adding that they have not renewed the aircraft or re-exported in accordance with established regulations.
Attah made it clear that the agency will not fail to punish any defaulting private aircraft owner immediately after the review period has expired.
Emirates suspends Nigerian routes
In Meanwhile, Emirates, the airline of the United Arab Emirates, is on Monday, June 21st, the flight ban on flights from Nigeria was lifted just days after the announcement of readiness to allow planes in and out of the country.
The airline announced that from Monday until further notice customers traveling to and from Lagos and Abuja will not be accepted for travel.
Emirates announced on its website:
” In accordance with government guidelines, passenger flights to and from Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) will be suspended from June 21, 2021 until further notice. “< / blockquote>