NCAA issues AOC to Abuja-based Flybird aircraft company 

By Innocent Raphael 

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has granted an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) to Flybird Aircraft Management Services Limited, a non-scheduled operator headquartered in Abuja. 

Acting Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Capt. Chris Najomo, speaking at the formal ceremony on Monday, urged Flybird to demonstrate its capability and capacity to justify the issuance of the AOC.

Emphasizing the streamlined and expedited processes for obtaining aviation certifications and licenses, he added that the presentation was in the support of the federal government’s “ease-of-doing-business” initiative. 

This certification marks a significant milestone for Flybird, allowing the company to officially conduct commercial aviation operations.

The ceremony was attended by key figures, including directors and technical assistants from the NCAA, as well as the management team of Flybird Aircraft Management Services Limited.

About Flybird Aircraft Management Services Limited

Flybird Aircraft Management Services Limited specializes in a wide array of aircraft management solutions tailored for aircraft owners and operators. 

Based in Abuja, the company offers services such as aircraft maintenance, crew management, flight planning, and charter operations. 

Flybird is renowned for its meticulous attention to detail and commitment to maintaining high standards of safety and efficiency, establishing itself as a trusted name in the aviation industry.

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