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No alternative to digital air navigation – NAMA

Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Engr. Ibrahim Abdulsalam said there was the need for the country’s aviation sector to switch from…

Managing Director of the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA), Engr. Ibrahim Abdulsalam said there was the need for the country’s aviation sector to switch from manual operation to digital because aviation world-wide is now digitized.
Abdulsalam spoke at a three-day train-the-trainer workshop designed to educate and sensitize airline operators, service providers, aviation agencies, the Nigerian Air Force and other stakeholders on the migration from manual to digital NOTAM.
Besides, the agency has developed an application software intended to enhance the dissemination of aeronautical information, also known as Notice To Air Men (NOTAM) electronically to airspace users.
Abdulsalam explained that the agency’s determination to provide safe, efficient and economic air navigation services imposed a burden on it “to deploy new technologies that would ease service provision, save time and reduce operational cost for the airlines and aviation agencies/organizations.”
Emphasizing the import of the e-NOTAM, he stated that the digital migration would “make for ease of access to online real-time aeronautical information by doing away with paper work and bureaucracy that characterized the old system.”
Abdulsalam also assured participants that NAMA was willing to make all necessary adjustments to accommodate customers’ feedback and complaints in areas of possible improvement.

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