The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority NCAA, is to set up a committee to review the Dana air crash report. This is to come up on a white paper on the areas of action to be taken.
This is coming on the heels of reactions that have continued to trail the report released by the Accident Investigation Bureau AIB, regarding the pilot of the ill-fated plane especially his past history in the United States and unsigned license by the NCAA.
The aircraft crashed in 2012 killing about 153 passengers. The aircraft, marked 5N-RAM, disappeared from the radar scope of the Lagos Air Traffic Control after communication from the tower to the pilot in command failed, before it crashed into the residential building on Tolulope Street, in Toyin area of Ishaga
Radio Nigeria correspondent Nosa Aituamen has more on the report in the link below:
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