NCAA suspends three private jet operators for operating commercial flights.

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The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has suspended the permit of three private jet owners for engaging in illegal operations.
According to the NCAA, the sanctioned jet operators have violated the terms of their permits for using their jets for commercial purposes.
NCAA’s acting Director-General, Chris Najomo announced the suspension of the three private operators via X on Tuesday.
The country’s aviation authority had initially deepened surveillance on holders of permit for non-commercial flights (PNCF) over several reports of using their aircraft for hire and reward thereby violating their permit.

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