• Wednesday, November 29, 2023
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NAMA boss hinges agency growth on synergy among staff


Saddled with daunting task of managing Nigeria’s airspace, Nnamdi Udoh, managing director of Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) has charged sta of the agency to maintain an atmosphere of cooperation and harmony in the course of their duties as this is critical to the attainment of both individual and organisational goals.

Udoh made this remark at the send forth ceremony for Raymond Panguru, its erstwhile acting director, at NAMA headquarters, Lagos.

Udoh, who was full of praises for Panguru, enjoined workers of the agency to imbibe the virtues of humility, hard work and honesty which according to him are the legacies Panguru was leaving behind.

equipping its 3,600 pilots with iPads to further improve customer service and operational eciency levels in the coming years.

is move follows the airline’s roll out of iPads across its cabin crew and ground operations team.

By having access to additional real-time operational data, shared with ground colleagues, pilots will be able to plan the ight more eciently using the most accurate information available pre-departure.

is means ight crew can provide customers with faster and more accurate flight information than ever before. With the latest operational updates customers will be better informed and able to make plans if their ight time has changed for any reason.

Pilots will also be able to use historic and current data, supplied by the customer, to provide an even more personalised service during the ight.

Stephen Riley, British Airways’ director of ight operations, said: “As pilots we want to deliver a safe and memorable experience for each and every British Airways customer, on every single ight.

“e iPads will help us to achieve this goal by giving us the means to provide a more personalised service and share more timely ight information with our customers and colleagues.”

All the meetings were held under a conducive atmosphere and we agreed to meet again. We are talking, but we must sanitise the place, no going back on this,” he added.

Ajulo explained further that BASL introduced the registration fee in other to know those ‘we are dealing with; to bring sanity to MMA2 Cargo Operations and for security reasons. We cannot operate the place like Oshodi or Mushin motor