Nigeria’s head of civil aviation is accusing Europe of using safety blacklists as a mechanism for unfair competition and he also says many of the air accidents that occur in Africa are due to foreign registered aircraft or aircraft operating there illegally. The U.S. FAA has a system where if it deems that a country is unsafe, it bans all airlines from that country and it also prevents U.S. carriers from operating there, noted Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority director general H.O. ...
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