The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has threatened to sanction foreign airlines in the country that are yet to automate and integrate into its platform for the remittance of the five per cent Ticket Sales Charge/Cargo Sales Charge (TSC/CSS)
The General Manager, Public Affairs, NCAA, Sam Adurogboye said the agency had given the affected airlines up to December 2018 to migrate to the new system.
NCAA also said it had dispatched a letter to that effect to the affected airlines which are 30 in all, on behalf of the Director General NCAA, Captain Muktar Usman.
Adurogboye, said despite regular meetings, reminder letters and follow-up by the government agency to the management of the affected airlines, they refused to comply with the federal government directives on Aviation Revenue Automation Project (ARAP) and abide by the provisions in the BASA between Nigeria and their respective countries.
THISDAY, September 24, 2018
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