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  1. 1. Aviation: A Catalyst for Economic Growth 2013 Aviation Sector Mid-Term Ministerial Platform Presented by Princess Stella Adaeze Oduah, OON Hon. Minister Federal Ministry of Aviation 27th June 2013
  2. 2. Our Transformation Goal “To be a world class provider of Safe, Secure and comfortable air Transport Sector that is self sustaining and pivotal to socio- economic growth” 2
  3. 3. Content Section 1: The Road to Transformation Section 2: Transformation Focus Areas Section 3: Achievements Till Date Section 4: Why Aviation Transformation? Section 5: Taking Local to Global
  4. 4. THE ROAD TO TRANSFORMATION 1. Review and Studies:  Industry diagnostic review in conjunction with the World Bank  Institutional Capacity review by PriceWaterHouse Coopers  Financial Management Systems Review  Human Resource Capacity Review 2. Stakeholder Engagements:  Discussions with domestic and foreign airline operators  Consultations with international agencies and regulatory bodies (e g. ICAO, IATA, TSA, SITA, ) to ensure our strategic approach is in line with international best practices Section 1 The Process (1/3) 4
  5. 5. THE ROAD TO TRANSFORMATION 2. Stakeholder Engagements Cont.  Consultative sessions and dialogues with funding institutions and financial advisory firms (e.g World Bank, AFC, IFC, USEXIM)  Held dialogues with related Intergovernmental agencies (CBN, Ministry of Finance, BPP, DMO)  Meetings with Unions and key aviation bodies  Interactive discussions with Stakeholders  Interactive discussions with airport operators The Process (2/3) 5
  6. 6. THE ROAD TO TRANSFORMATION AIR TRANSPORTATION SUSTAINABILITY SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  Develop Lagos and FCT(Abuja) as regional hubs in-line with international standards and best practices  Develop requisite capacity and manpower to meet the needs in the aviation industry for the 21ST Century  Change the business model of the industry into a self-sustaining model through increased private sector participation (reduce financial burden on government)  Maximize the contribution to the socio-economic development of the Nigerian Economy through increased trade and in-flow of FDI, focusing and growing economic free zones and agro-allied designated airports and resultant job creation T R A N S F O R M A T I O N 3. Aviation Sector Master Plan with 3 strategic objectives The Process (3/3) 6
  7. 7. Transformation Focus Areas (1/1) The Aviation sector transformation programme focuses on the following key areas:  Safety and Security  Infrastructure Development  Economic Development  Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms  Human Capacity Building Section 2: 7
  8. 8. The Challenge of Dana Accident (1/1) National Response to Dana Accident – The major challenge that confronted the Aviation sector in 2012 was the Dana Accident which occurred on 3rd June 2012. – As a result of the Dana Accident: • The Safety Components of the Aviation Sector Master Plan were Fast-Tracked; • The Federal Government set-up a Technical and Administrative Review Panel on Domestic Airlines (TARPDA) which submitted a Report containing 41 recommendations; • All recommendations made by TARPDA covering the focus areas of the Transformation Programme have been implemented up to 95% • In the first week of June 2013, an Aviation Safety week was celebrated to raise awareness on the significant progress on safety and security issues; • In commemoration of the first anniversary, Mr. President unveiled a memorial cenotaph in honour of the fallen heroes 8
  9. 9. Achievements on Safety and Security “Safety in Aviation is not a Destination, it is an Ongoing and Continuous Process” – Aviation Safety and Security Components under the Transformation Programme are categorized into the following:  Meteorological Services and Infrastructure  Communication, Navigation, Surveillance Services and Infrastructure  Accident Investigation & Prevention Systems, Processes and Infrastructure Components Section 3 9
  10. 10. Meteorological Services and Infrastructure (1/13) • In recognition of the critical nature of accurate and real time weather services to safe navigation we have acquired state of the art technology, to enhance Meteorological safety within our air space • Some of the safety technology we acquired and installed over the last two years (and their various locations) are shown in the following slides: Achievements on Safety and Security 10
  11. 11. Doppler Weather Radar Station (2/13) This state-of-the-art equipment is used for: • Real time detection and tracking of hazardous weather systems such as thunderstorms, wind shear turbulence, dust storms, etc. • Providing Early Warnings for pilots and the general public of hazardous weather systems. • Determining the precise location of areas of turbulence and wind shear in the atmosphere. • Determining the height, amount of precipitation, speed of movement of rain- bearing clouds. • Accurate and timely weather forecast. Achievements on Safety and Security 11
  12. 12. Thunderstorm & Lightning Detectors (3/13) • Thunderstorms and lightning constitute major hazards for aircraft. They are detected by means of specialized sensors in Lightening & Thunderstorm Detectors. . • Since the inception of this administration 22 Nigerian airports have been equipped with lightning and thunderstorm detection equipment. • NIMET’s thunderstorm detectors cover a range of about 200 km. Achievements on Safety and Security 12
  13. 13. Low Level Wind Shear Alert Systems (LLWAS) (4/13) • LLWAS measures wind speed and direction at remote sensor stations situated around an airport. It generates warnings when wind shear or microburst conditions are detected. • Current wind speed and direction data and warnings are displayed for approach controllers in the Terminal Radar Approach Control Facility (TRACON) and for ground controllers in the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT). • Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) relay the LLWAS runway specific alerts to Pilots via voice radio communication. • LLWAS assists pilots during critical times of Take off and Landing when they must determine whether to attempt to land or take off in hazardous weather conditions (Severe Turbulence).LLWAS Sensors on Masts LLWAS Indoor Display Screen Achievements on Safety and Security 13
  14. 14. Instrument Calibration Workshop (5/13) • The new Instrument Calibration Laboratory is located at the National Weather Centre Complex, Abuja Airport. It is used for calibration and standardization of various field equipment at least once every year in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Standard and Recommended Practice (SARP).Thermometer & humidity test chamber Pressure calibration chamber Wind tunnel for testing & calibrating wind instruments Solar radiation calibration Achievements on Safety and Security 14
  15. 15. Upper Air Sounding Equipment (6/13) • The Upper Air equipment measures the condition of the atmosphere (pressure, wind speed and direction, dry and wet bulb temperatures, humidity) at different heights. The data is used to produce more accurate weather forecasts for flights.Hydrogen gas shed at Upper Air Station Indoor Upper Air Equipment Achievements on Safety and Security 15
  16. 16. Integrated Aviation Weather Observing & Display System (AWODS) (7/13) • AWODS is an integrated system with Automatic Weather Station, Ceilometers, Runway Visual Range, Lightening and Thunderstorm Detectors. It is designed to monitor weather conditions along the runway and provide information to the pilot for take-off and landing. AWODS Sensor on a Mast AWODS Indoor Display Achievements on Safety and Security 16
  17. 17. RETIM Synergy Satellite Image Receivers (8/13) • RETIM Synergy is used for receiving real time weather images from the Meteorological Satellites, EUMETSAT operated by the European Union. Satellite image over Nigeria and Africa captured with RETIM showing areas of active weather Achievements on Safety and Security 17
  18. 18. Air Quality & Ozone Monitoring Station (9/13) • This is one of the equipment that was not in existence in Nigeria before the inception of this Administration. • The Air Quality Monitoring Stations measures the concentration of Green House Gases (GHG) such as CO, SO2 CO2, NO2, Ozone, PM10, Solar radiation, all conventional meteorological Parameters. • Estimates the Air Quality Index (AQI). The AQI is an index for reporting daily air quality. It a measure of the level of pollution in the air. This information is valuable for the health sector. Achievements on Safety and Security 18
  19. 19. Climate Services and Weather Predictions (10/13) • Climate services and Weather prediction is an environmental issue which is critical to growth and performance of all sectors of the economy. • With the aid of high technology equipment, NIMET has for the forth year running accurately publicized the prediction of seasonal rainfall, flood alert and weather prediction on an annual basis • The Ministry has also initiated the process for the development of the National framework for the application of climate services. Achievements on Safety and Security 19
  20. 20. ISO Certification of NIMET (11/13) • As part of the transformation process, NIMET subjected its facilities, processes, systems and services to International Standard Organization (ISO) Quality Management System (QMS) audit. • We are pleased to inform Nigerians that NIMET has now received the ISO Certification (ISO 9001:2008) on Aeronautical Meteorological Services, making Nigeria the first in West Africa to achieve this. Achievements on Safety and Security 20
  21. 21. ISO Certification (12/13) • This certification is a confirmation of Nigeria's compliance with international aviation standards and best practices in the provision of weather services for airline operations. This certification boosts the confidence of Airline Operators and other users of meteorological data and products. • NIMET is the first meteorological agency of any West African country to meet the rigorous requirements and receive the ISO certification. This therefore re- enforces Nigeria’s position to become the aviation hub for the entire sub-region. • This achievement is unprecedented in the history of meteorological service in Nigeria. It was made possible by the on-going Transformation of the aviation sector to guarantee quality of service and safety in the Nigerian airspace. Achievements on Safety and Security 21
  22. 22. National Weather Forecasting & Climate Research Centre, Abuja (13/13) • The National Weather Forecasting and Climate Research Centre, Abuja, is a World Class Meteorological Centre established under President Jonathan’s Administration. Achievements on Safety and Security 22
  23. 23. Communication, Navigation, Surveillance Services and Infrastructure Achievements on Safety and Security 23
  24. 24. • Air navigation safety is achieved by the provision of integrated Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) services • We have deployed world class technology to enable us provide coverage within and beyond Nigerian territorial boundaries into contiguous air spaces. • Safety Navigation Technology deployed include: Communication, Navigation, Surveillance Services and Infrastructure (1/10) Achievements on Safety and Security 24
  25. 25. COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION, SURVEILLANCE INFRASTRUCTURE (2/10) Total Radar Coverage of Nigeria (TRACON) • The Total Radar Coverage of Nigeria Project (TRACON) was conceived as a key requirement for the modernization of Nigerian Air Traffic Management Infrastructure. It has automated Approach Area Control components as follows: • Primary Surveillance Radar (PSR )STAR 2000 • Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) RSM 970S • Integrated Flight and Radar Data processing Eurocat C and other associated equipment at the four major airports – Lagos, Kano, Abuja and Port Harcourt as well as stand-alone MSSR RSM – 970 at five other locations: Maiduguri, Ilorin, Numan, Obubra and Talata-Mafara Radar Coverage on Scope Achievements on Safety and Security 25
  26. 26. TRACON MOSAIC DRAWING (3/10) Achievements on Safety and Security 26
  27. 27. AIS Automation (4/10) • The project is on-going for the automation of Aeronautical Information Service (AIS). Under this project and TRACON, massive V-SAT deployment is going on to provide the needed backbone to carry the VHF voice, ATS DS, AFTN, Radar Data, AMH capability and Internet. This will set the stage for transition from AIS to AIM (Aeronautical Information Management). Achievements on Safety and Security 27
  28. 28. CORE CAPABILITIES OF AIS AUTOMATION PROJECT (AAP) (5/10) • Installation of a highly redundant MF-TDMA SkyWAN VSAT platform on twenty six airport / sites + NEMA Search & Rescue centre Abuja • Two satellites shall be used (NSS-12 and IS-14) to avoid any Single point of failure to ensure network availability of 99.999% • The VSAT network will provide E1 interfaces for highest reliability operation of the total VHS coverage project, incorporating the following eight airports (Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Ilorin, Sokoto, Maiduguri, Jos) and one VHS repeater site (Wukari). • E1 interfaces to support Primary, Secondary and Distress frequencies (SAR operations). • The VSAT network will provide ATS/DS (Hotline telephone) in 26 airports linking the entire adjacent domestic airports with TRACON ATC Consoles in the area control centers at MAKIA Kano and MMIA Lagos • Control Zones (NAIA Abuja & PHIA P/H) are provided with ATS/DS to link adjacent airports in their respective zones. • The VSAT network shall provide the interface for a centralized double- redundant AFTN / AMHS / AIS system. Achievements on Safety and Security 28
  29. 29. Total Very High Frequency (VHF) Coverage of Nigeria (6/10) Nigeria has achieved Total VHF Radio Coverage of her airspace; this has brought our airspace at par with ICAO standards and recommended practices. • Total VHF coverage of the Nigerian Airspace (Air- Ground/Controller – Pilot), which is now expanded to achieve 100% coverage of the Nigerian Airspace and beyond into contiguous FIRs. This communication infrastructure makes it possible for traffic to contact our centres 10 minutes before FIR boundary. • ATS –DS (Ground – Ground/Controller – Controller) for intra and inter FIR coordination. The project is located at eight airports and an offsite location. This communication infrastructure makes it possible for traffic to contact our centres 10 minutes before FIR boundary and there is elimination of blind spots within the Kano FIR and therefore enhances safety. Achievements on Safety and Security 29
  30. 30. Air-Field Lighting Project On Runway 18, MMIA Lagos (7/10) Implementation of the Expanded Air-field Lighting Project at the MMIA has brought about the following benefits to the operations of airlines in the sector: • Domestic Airlines now land on the RWY 18L, after sunset, the implication of this is that fuel consumption is saved which translates to more economic operation in terms of funds for the Airlines. • For the general public, reduces delay in landing after sunset. • Reduced carbon emission, implies less pollution. • Reducing pressure on RWY 18R, thereby increasing its lifespan. • With the commissioning of this system all visual landing aids and radio (Instrument Landing System) aids are fully complimented. RUNWAY 18L, MMIA LAGOS Achievements on Safety and Security 30
  31. 31. WGS-84 (World Geodetic Survey-84 Project) (8/10) • Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is a modern trend in air Navigation which requires that spatial co-ordinate of points to be established on an ICAO acceptable international terrestrial reference framework known as WGS-84. The future air navigation system will also use communications, navigations, and surveillance (CNS) technologies tied to the WGS-84 platform. • The World Geodetic Survey (WGS-84) and Upgrading project with the associated Performance Based Navigation (PBN) implementation covered 25 Nigerian airports. All the 25 airports have been surveyed and the associated GNSS procedures drawn. This project prepares the Nigerian Airspace for transition from Terrestrial to Satellite based systems. • The deliverables and benefits of WGS84 include: – More flexible and direct routing – Enables instrument approach where and when NAVAIDs is unavailable. – No ground based equipment and No electric power required. Achievements on Safety and Security 31
  32. 32. WGS-84 (World Geodetic Survey-84 Project) Cont. (9/10) – Reduced fuel consumption and emissions – Increased availability of Airports in poor weather conditions – Life cycle cost savings. – Determination of the horizontal coordinates of position of obstacles and their heights/ altitude. – Determination of spot heights (natural and man-made obstacles). • The Airspace concept for PBN implementation is predicated on the continuous availability of surveillance facility. • In the spirit of “A SINGLE AFRICAN SKY”, NAMA – Nigeria has collaborated with contiguous FIRs in the creation of Regional RNAV routes e.g UT149, UT269 and UT365. More will be approved after due safety assessment and CNS/ATM improvements. Achievements on Safety and Security 32
  33. 33. • In line with ICAO SARPs, the establishment of five (5) Search and Rescue Centers • Acquired a sophisticated search and rescue aircraft • Continue to collaborate with other relevant agencies, NEMA, NIMASA, NAF, NN etc to strengthen our search and rescue capacity Search and Rescue Centers (10/10) Achievements on Safety and Security 33
  34. 34. ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION (AIPB) Achievements on Safety and Security 34
  35. 35. ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION (AIPB) (1/6) • One of the significant steps taken is the expansion of the mandate of the Accident Investigation Bureau to include Prevention. • Achievements under accident investigation and Prevention include: – Enhancement of institutional capacity through the establishment of an Accident Investigation Laboratory to analyse cockpit voice recorder and black box. This is the first of its kind in West Africa Achievements on Safety and Security 35
  36. 36. Flight Safety Laboratory (2/6) • The purpose of this laboratory is to download/analyze flight data from accident aircrafts for investigation purposes. • It also downloads/analyzes flight data from healthy aircrafts for accident prevention purposes. • It can also electronically reconstruct an accident flight (animation). • This laboratory is the first and the only one in Africa. Achievements on Safety and Security 36
  37. 37. – Release of 8 Aviation Accident Investigation reports in keeping with the promises made on the recommendations of TARPDA. These reports include: • ADC • Bellview • NCAT Aircrafts - 2 Nos • Aerocontractors • Bristol Helicopter • DHL Cargo Aircraft • Bellview Aircraft/SAHCOL truck – The soft copies are available on the AIB official website: • Made and implemented Thirty two (32) safety recommendations to enhance accident prevention. Release of Accident Investigation Report (3/6) Achievements on Safety and Security 37
  38. 38. Wreckage Preservation and Reconstruction Hangar (4/6) • This hangar currently under construction would serve the purpose of storage of accident aircraft parts for analysis. • It will also serve the purpose of tearing the engine of the accident aircraft for detailed analysis. • It will also assist for pathological services. Pictures taken from Construction Site of above Project Achievements on Safety and Security 38
  39. 39. Accident Prevention Program (5/6) • This program involves visitations to airports and other facilities that involves aviation stakeholders to measure the level of compliance towards safety recommendations earlier made. • Follow-up activities to avoid the reoccurrence of any lapses earlier observed. • Public enlightenment and sensitization of requirements in the crash sites. • Safety improvement by identifying potential Hazards, proposing safety actions, and monitoring implementation of safety recommendations. Achievements on Safety and Security 39
  40. 40. Collaboration with Banjul Accord Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA) (6/6) • Collaboration activities with other Accident Investigation Bodies within the sub region have commenced. – This will provide technical and professional assistance in accident investigations when the needs arise. – Cross fertilization of ideas and techniques in accident investigation. – Uniformity of standards within the sub region to meet ICAO recommendations. – In fulfilment of our mandate and also satisfy the ICAO’s request on Regional and International Cooperation. Achievements on Safety and Security 40
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  42. 42. Regulatory System and Oversight (1/9) An effective regulatory environment has been put in place to enhance the compliance of Aviation processes and procedures in compliance with ICAO standard. • Achievement under the regulatory system includes the following: • Review of Nigeria Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP 2013) • Publication of vol. 1&2 of Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulations (NCARS) • Intensified surveillance on airline operators by conducting daily ramp and maintenance spot inspections. • Recruited inspectors with requisite qualifications and appropriate background • We have collaborated with the FAA to develop a safety management system and also trained personnel of the airlines as well as NCAA inspectors for effective monitoring Achievements on Safety and Security 42
  43. 43. Regulatory System and Oversight (2/9) • We have created operation and command centers in Lagos and Abuja • We have acquired Obstacle Evaluation and Monitoring equipment and software for obstruction mapping and imagery capture of all obstacle within the navigable airspace. • We have successfully carried out trial certification audits of four(4) international Airports in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt. • NCAA has commenced the certification of Performance Based Navigation (PBN). • NCAA has conducted rating for all Area Radar Controllers to enhance their professional competences. Achievements on Safety and Security 43
  44. 44. • In order to sustain FAA (USA) IASA category one certification, the following have been achieved: – Current recertification exercise of the industry including AOC recertification of all airlines in Public Transport Category carrying passengers for hire and reward. – Increased Surveillance Activities – Compliance and enforcement of Safety Regulation Achievements on Safety and Security Regulatory System and Oversight (3/9) 44
  45. 45. SAFETY REGULATIONS • This equipment is modern equipment used for Aircraft tracking in the Nigerian Airspace and it is Aircraft tracking System (AGPS) based flight. – The Project is fully completed and implemented. It’s one of the first laudable safety projects since the inception of democracy – It enhances real time weather and aircraft tracking in the Nigeria Airspace. – It promotes airspace security and enhances search and rescue operations. Aircraft Tracking System (AGPS) Based Flight (4/9) 45
  46. 46. Aviation Security (5/9) • Aviation security has assumed global dimension and there are internationally acceptable standards that must be complied with. • Domestic terrorism has also compelled countries to upgrade security systems and arrangements. Achievements on Safety and Security 46
  47. 47. • In response to new domestic and international challenges, we have achieved the following: – Develop a new security strategy that recognizes the combined effect of international collaboration, skilled and well trained human resource as well as technology acquisition in a sustainable manner – Signed MoU and agreements with US Government for the reciprocal deployment of Air Marshal on aircraft bound to and coming from the United States of Nigeria – Intensify monitoring of implementations of all security measures – Installed CCTV surveillance cameras in all major airports – Installed advanced imagery Technology – Body Scanners – Recruited additional security personnel and intensified training and retraining of staff Aviation Security (6/9) Achievements on Safety and Security 47
  48. 48. Aero-medical Safety Services (7/9) • The health of both crew and passengers is paramount to safety in Aviation. • To maintain aero-medical safety standards, we have achieved the following: – Upgrade of Aero- medical centers – Automation of Aircrew databank and medical certificates – Reviewing of all medical reports: Aircrew (Pilots, Flight Engineers), Cabin Crew, Air Traffic Controllers – Electronics issuance of medical certificates for Pilots, Engineers, Cabin Crew, Air Traffic Controllers – Periodic updates on Aeromedical Regulatory Standards in consonance with ICAO SARPs and Nigeria CARs. – Conduct of periodic on-the-spot Alcohol/Psychoactive drug assessment of Aircrew and Air Traffic Controllers – Periodic inspections Authorized Aviation Medical Examiners (AAME), Airport Medical and Catering facilities – Periodic inspection of on-board First Aid and Medical Kits – Ab initio and recurrent training of cabin crew on Aviation medicine, First Aid Medical emergencies on board and Human factors – Oversight of Air Ambulance Operations Achievements on Safety and Security 48
  49. 49. Consumer Protection (8/9) • Restructured the Consumer Protection Directorate into: – Consumer Awareness and – Compliance and Enforcement Departments • Deployment of consumer protection officers to all airports in Nigeria • Develop a passenger Statement of Rights and stronger Regulations • Received several thousand complaints and resolved over 86% on behalf 0f consumers. • Produce and distribute Consumer Digest to increase awareness • Working on comprehensive technological platform and portal display at re-modelled terminals to provide critical information • Enhance airline efforts to provide better customer care and services Achievements on Safety and Security 49
  50. 50. Insurance (9/9) • Due to delay experienced in payment of airline insurance package, a new Victim Family Insurance Package (VFAP) has been developed. The scheme is to address: – Additional assistance to families of victims of aircraft accident – The approval of NAICOM has has been secured for the VFAP – Discussions an progressing between NCAA and Zenith Bank on the implementation of the VFAP – Creation of a family assistance centre. – However, passengers would be required to pay a premium of N600 only which would be embedded in the ticket charges. – We are collaborating with Zenith Bank on the implementation Achievements on Safety and Security 50
  51. 51. Achievements on Infrastructure Development 51
  52. 52. • Preamble Investment in infrastructure development and renewal is imperative for Nigeria to achieve the status of a modern economy. • Our Objectives for Infrastructure development include: – Superior passenger comfort – Transforming Nigeria into an Aviation Hub for West and Central Africa – Modernizing our equipment and facilities to meet international standards and technological advancement – BASA Obligations – Facilities, Runway, etc – Ultimately to improve the travel experience – Improve our national and International Image – Improved Commercial Offerings and links directly to the Aerotropolis and Special Economic Zones Achievements on Infrastructure Development (1/7) 52
  53. 53. Under the airport terminal development, the following achievements were recorded: • THE AIRPORT REMODELLING PROJECTS (ARP) – Divided into 3 phases, phase one included the upgrading / redesign and reconstruction of the following terminal buildings: • General Aviation Terminal (MMA) • International Terminal (MMA) • Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja, (International Terminal) • Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja, (Domestic Terminal) • Kaduna Airport Terminal • Margaret Ekpo International Airport Terminal, Calabar • Benin Airport Terminal • Akanu Ibiam International Airport Terminal, Enugu • Sam Mbakwe Airport Terminal, Owerri • Port Harcourt International Airport Terminal • Yola Airport Terminal • Yakubu Gowon Airport, Jos Achievements on Infrastructure Development (2/7) 53
  54. 54. • As of April 2013, 7 projects named below have been commissioned: – General Aviation Terminal (MMA) – Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja, (Domestic Terminal) – Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport Terminal, Kano – Benin Airport Terminal – Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu – Two Hajj Terminals (Kano and Kaduna)  Yola and Sam Mbakwe Airport, Owerri are ready for commission Achievements on Infrastructure Development (3/7) 54
  55. 55. Consisting of the remodelling of the remaining 11 airport terminals and introduction of new Perishable Cargo and Pilgrim processing facilities. Achievements on Infrastructure Development (4/7) PHASE 2: 55
  56. 56. • PHASE 3 Consisting of extensive, safety and security infrastructure upgrades and rehabilitation Construction of five new international terminal buildings in Lagos, Abuja, Kano and Port Harcourt and Enugu. Achievements on Infrastructure Development (5/7) 56
  57. 57. New Terminals Development The development of new International Terminals has commenced in the following locations N/O New Terminals Additional Capacity to be provided 1 Akanu Ibiam International Terminal 2 Million Passengers 2 Murtala Mohammed International Terminal 8 Million Passengers 3 Nnamdi Azikwe International Terminal 3 Million Passengers 4 Port Harcourt International Terminal 3 Million Passengers 5 Aminu Kano International Terminal 2 Million Passengers Achievements on Infrastructure Development (6/7) 57
  58. 58. Trend in Passenger Traffic in Nigeria - 5,000,000 10,000,000 15,000,000 20,000,000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 PassengerTrafficGrowthacrossallNigerianAirports Trafficgrowthconsolidated (allairports) 10.8m 14.0m 14.6m 4.4m 8.3m 10.8m 7.1m  In the past 12 years, passenger traffic at the airports increased from 4.4m to 14.9m per annum at the end of 2012 (over 230%), while the capacity of the terminal buildings, remained constant.  Four straight years of double digit growth  By 2032 our expansion programme is expected to conveniently process 30m passengers per annum. This aligns the sector with the objectives of the National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan. Passenger traffic grew rapidly without commensurate increase in capacity of terminal buildings and other infrastructure for facilitation. Achievements on Infrastructure Development (7/7) 58
  59. 59. Pictorial Snippets of Infrastructure Development 59
  60. 60. President laying the foundation stone for New International Terminal Enugu (1/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 60
  61. 61. Laying the foundation stone for the new Enugu International Terminal, May 2013 (2/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development
  62. 62. Commissioning the newly remodelled Enugu Domestic Terminal, May, 2013 (3/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development
  63. 63. Enugu Airport- The finished product May, 2013 (4/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development
  64. 64. The new MMA Domestic Terminal 1 East Wing, March 2013 (below) (5/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 64
  65. 65. The VIP lounge at one of the F&B outlets at the new Domestic Terminal 1 (6/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 65
  66. 66. The arrival hall at the new MMA Domestic Terminal 1, March 2013 (7/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 66
  67. 67. Benin Airport, January 2012 Benin Airport, March 2013 Achievements on Infrastructure Development (8/42) 67
  68. 68. Benin Airport departure lounge, January 2012 Benin Airport departure lounge, March 2013 Achievements on Infrastructure Development (9/42) 68
  69. 69. Benin Airport internal circulation space (high street), March 2013 (10/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 69
  70. 70. Mallam Aminu Kano International, newly remodelled International Terminal, March 2013 (11/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 70
  71. 71. Achievements on Infrastructure Development (12/42) 71
  72. 72. New Baggage Belt Equipment Installed (13/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 72
  73. 73. Achievements on Infrastructure Development(14/42) 73
  74. 74. Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja (Departure Hall) (15/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 74
  75. 75. Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja (Departure Hall) (16/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 75
  76. 76. The interior of the new General Aviation Terminal in Abuja, the first of its kind in Nigeria dedicated to premium business jet and high-end charter clientele (17/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 76
  77. 77. The interior of the new General Aviation Terminal in Abuja, the first of its kind in Nigeria dedicated to premium business jet and high-end charter clientele (18/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 77
  78. 78. The entrance to the new General Aviation Terminal in Abuja, the first of its kind in Nigeria dedicated to premium business jet and high-end charter clientele (19/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 78
  79. 79. Newly remodelled MAKIA, Kano, International Check-In Foyer (20/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 79
  80. 80. Newly Remodelled MAKIA Departure Foyer (21/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 80
  81. 81. Newly remodelled MAKIA toilet facilities (22/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 81
  82. 82. Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos (23/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 82
  83. 83. MMIA Expansion and Upgrade Project- the nearly completed ‘E’ Wing Extension, May 2013, which together with the ‘D’ extension, will ease the bottlenecks at MMA, adding much needed capacity to meet demand while changing the passenger experience into a positive one. (24/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 83
  84. 84. New 42m length expansions of arrival and departures at both ends of the terminal (25/42) D Wing expansion Achievements on Infrastructure Development 84
  85. 85. New 42m length expansions of arrival and departures at both ends of the terminal (26/42) E Wing expansion Achievements on Infrastructure Development 85
  86. 86. MMA International expanded wings – Fact sheet (27/42) When completed, both expanded wings will add an additional 5,830 sq metres of space to the terminal The current ‘E’ arrival hall is 2,187sqm. The new ‘E’ arrival hall is 2,915sqm. Eventually, both will combine to form a new ‘E’ arrival hall of 5,102sqm. The new arrival halls will more than quadruple current capacity, with 3 high capacity (slanted) baggage carousels each (and capacity for one more carousel in future). Each arrival hall will also quadruple the current Immigration capacity from the current 10 stations to 40 stations each Achievements on Infrastructure Development 86
  87. 87. MMA International expanded wings (28/42) As a result of this capacity addition, each wing of MMA International will be able to comfortably handle 9 ‘heavy’ arrivals in an hour at peak At departures, Immigration and FAAN Security Screening capacity will be more than quadrupled, using both extended ends of the terminal for this purpose In the meantime, we have achieved a 9 metre extension of circulation space at the arrival foyer and 3 metres at the check-in foyer. The new ‘E’ arrival hall will come into partial use before the year- end rush to significantly improve the arrival experience of passengers through the facility. Achievements on Infrastructure Development 87
  88. 88. New changes will be made at the international departure lounge (29/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 88
  89. 89. The fingers will be split into two floors- departures and arrivals (30/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 89
  90. 90. The new ‘E’ extension arrival hall with the new high capacity baggage delivery carousels almost fully installed. This facility is ready for commissioning. (31/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 90
  91. 91. The new ‘E’ departures Immigration and security screening hall awaiting the installation of immigration counters and FAAN’s new security screening equipment (32/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 91
  92. 92. A new ambience- the newly expanded and remodelled International Arrival Foyer at the MMA… (33/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 92
  93. 93. A new ambience- the newly remodelled International Departure lounge area at the MMA… (34/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 93
  94. 94. Other airports in the network are getting remodeled and upgraded… each at various stages of completion (35/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 94
  95. 95. Enugu Airport Terminal, January 2012 (36/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 95
  96. 96. Enugu Airport impression (37/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 96
  97. 97. Port Harcourt International Airport Terminal, remodeling work in progress, April 2013 (38/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 97
  98. 98. Port Harcourt International Airport Terminal, remodelling work in progress, April 2013 (39/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 98
  99. 99. Remodelled Yola Airport Terminal nearing completion, April 2013 (40/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 99
  100. 100. Remodelled Yola Airport Terminal, interior finishing touches, April 2013 (41/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 100
  101. 101. Ilorin Airport, Kwara State (42/42) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 101
  102. 102. Airport Power Project Achievements on Infrastructure Development 102
  103. 103. Airport Power Project (1/4)  The infrastructure transformation in the airports sector goes beyond just terminal remodeling to include the renewal of obsolescent equipment and facilities at key airports.  A key element of this transformation is the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Power Supply Improvement Project, which has replaced the 6 old 2.25MVA diesel electricity generating sets that were commissioned with the airport in 1979, with 6 new 4.85MVA generators.  In addition to this, the capacity provided by these new stand-by generators caters for the massive stand-by electricity requirements of the airport for the next 10 years.  The project also provides alternative power supply (as stand-by) for the first time in the history of the airport. The MMIA Power Supply Improvement Project is now ready for commissioning. Achievements on Infrastructure Development 103
  104. 104. The new MMIA electrical power plant, May 2013 (2/4) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 104
  105. 105. The new MMIA 4.85MVA generators, May 2013 (3/39) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 105
  106. 106. The brand new electrical switchboard master panels at the new powerhouse, May 2013 (4/4) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 106
  107. 107. IMPROVEMENT OF FIRE COVER/ PROCUREMENT OF FIRE TENDERS Achievements on Infrastructure Development 107
  108. 108. IMPROVEMENT OF FIRE COVER/ PROCUREMENT OF FIRE TENDERS (1/2) Modern fire tenders have been procured and sent to most airports, especially the major ones, to improve their level of fire cover, as recommended by ICAO and NCAA Achievements on Infrastructure Development 108
  109. 109. Fire cover at all airports is now better guaranteed, in line with international best practice. The ability of the Aerodrome, Rescue and Fire Fighting Services Department to fight fires has been greatly enhanced. More fire fighters have been employed and trained to manage the new fire tenders. IMPROVEMENT OF FIRE COVER/ PROCUREMENT OF FIRE TENDERS (2/2) Achievements on Infrastructure Development 109
  110. 110. Achievements on Economic Development 110
  111. 111. • Preamble Aviation has become a catalyst for economic transformation in emerging markets through the expansion of commerce, arising from the timely movement of persons, goods and services • The objectives of the economic development component of the transformation programme in the aviation sector include the following: • Safe and timely movement of persons, goods and services • Increasing the National GDP • Expansion of commerce and export of perishable produce • Building on Nigeria’s comparative advantage in fresh produce • Engaging Youth in Commercial Agriculture • Empowerment of women through value chain Agriculture • Development of an aviation hub to maximize our geographical advantage and expansion of trade and tourism. Achievements on Economic Development 111
  112. 112. Objectives Cont • Establishment of National Carrier to meet our reciprocal obligations under BASA agreement and increase revenue and commercial opportunities • Expansion of non-aeronautical revenue base through special economic zones and the concept of Aerotropolis • Growing the domestic airline industry and the General Aviation in Nigeria • Developing Nigeria’s Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) capacity to stem capital flight • To create ample opportunities for direct and indirect employment through the Aviation sector • Achievements on Economic Development 112
  113. 113. The perishable cargo value chain… Achievements on Economic Development 113
  114. 114. The case for developing a perishable airfreight value chain in Nigeria (1/12)  Total perishable air freight export out of Africa in 2010 was approximately $1.6bn USD.  Kenya, South Africa, Benin, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Egypt actively export perishables (fruits, fresh fish, vegetables and flowers) by freight  Nigeria currently has no official records on any form of perishable air freight activity yet produces/can produce all of these commodities abundantly Achievements on Economic Development 114
  115. 115. PERISHABLE MARKTES EX AFRICA 115 Fresh Fish Fruits Vegetables Flowers African perishable exports: (Growth from 2007 to 2011): • Fish: • Kenya + 36% • South Africa: + 7% • Senegal: + 3,8% • Vegetables: • Ethiopia: + 72% • Kenya: + 15% • Egypt: + 7% • Fruits: • Ethiopia: + 245% • Cameroon: + 12% • Ghana: + 10% • Kenya: + 4,53% • Flowers: • Ethiopia: + 455% • Kenya: + 188% • Tanzania: + 21% 115
  116. 116. The market by commodities… (3/12) 116 Perishable air freight exports from Africa to the EU, 2010 (source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  117. 117. Vegetables to the EU (2010)… (4/12) 117 (Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  118. 118. Fruits to the EU (2010)… (5/12) 118 (Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  119. 119. Fresh Fish to the EU (2010)… (6/12) 119 (Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  120. 120. Flowers to the EU (2010)… (7/12) 120 (Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  121. 121. Accumulated earnings from perishable air freight to the EU by country (US $)… (8/12) 121 (Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  122. 122. Accumulated earnings from perishable air freight to the EU by country (Naira)… (9/12) 122(Source DHL) Achievements on Economic Development
  123. 123. PERISHABLE CARGO VALUE CHAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS Employment generation Rural poverty Reduction Reduced urban migration Increased forex inflow Increased agricultural productivity Increased private investment Modernization of the economy Reduction in reliance on oil sector Development of access roads Improved economic empowerment Establish access to international markets MANAGEMENT BENEFITS More entrepreneurs New production companies New packaging companies New Chemical companies New agricultural logistics companies Increased employment opportunities Test/ Inspection agencies 123 (10/12)
  124. 124. Development of fourteen Perishable Cargo to serve Nigeria and West and Central Africa as listed bellow S/N State Location Designation Agro Allied Cluster Employment Labour Revenue projection / State 1 Abuja Abuja Cargo/EFZ Tomato, Pineapple 2/Ha $32m/yr 2 Ondo Akure Cargo Pineapple 4/Ha $59m/yr 3 Delta Asaba Cargo Banana 6/Ha $34m/yr 4 Benue Makurdi Cargo Pineapple/Orange, Sesame Seed 4-6/Ha $34-59m/yr 5 Niger Minna Cargo Tomato/Onion 4-6/Ha $32-40m/yr 6 Taraba Jalingo Cargo Tomato, Sesame Seed 4-6/Ha $32-40m/yr 7 Imo Owerri Cargo Pineapple/Banana 6/Ha $21m/yr 8 Plateau Jos Cargo Onion, Tomato 4-6/Ha $32-40m/yr 9 Cross River Calabar Cargo/EFZ Banana, Pineapple 4-6/Ha $34-59m/yr 10 Kwara Illorin Cargo Pineapple/Banana 6/Ha $21m/yr 11 Port Harcourt Rivers Cargo/EFZ Banana 6/Ha $34m/yr 12 Kano Kano Cargo/EFZ Shea Butter/Tomato/Onion 4-6/Ha $32 - 40m/yr Achievements on Economic Development(11/12) 124
  125. 125. • The impact of the perishable Cargo table above include: – Establishment of Nigeria Fresh Produce transformation development programme – Greater synergy among the Federal Ministry of Aviation, Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and State Government – Will boost state GDP through women empowerment, Youth Employment – Enhance the farm-to-market distribution value chain – Mitigate rural to urban drift – Provide food security and promote rural transformation – Create more job opportunities in the rural communities – Total contribution to national GDP by year 2014 will be 5% and increase to 7.5% by year 2016 Achievements on Economic Development (12/12) 125
  126. 126. Development of an Aviation Hub Achievements on Economic Development 126
  127. 127. Development of an aviation hub • Two international aviation hubs in Lagos and Abuja are been developed to harness areas of comparative economic advantage especially in perishable produce, movement of person and goods to West and Central Africa region and ultimately the export of skilled human resource to Africa and Europe. • Towards achieving these goals we have developed critical infrastructure in both Lagos and Abuja that will ultimately boost the GDP, create employment, expand the capacity to handle more passengers, • Growing our domestic airline capacity to service national, regional and International routes. • On General Cargo, the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company Plc (NAHCO) in 2012 constructed a modern Cargo warehouse of 21,000 square meters in Lagos which can handle close to 220,000 metric tons annually (75% of total Nigeria Capacity). This will greatly increase the capacity to manage goods, food aid, equipment for peace keeping Missions in transit, etc Achievements on Economic Development (1/4) 127
  128. 128. • Under the hub initiative the following have been accomplished: – We have expanded existing facilities to facilitate seamless transfer of transit passengers. – Five new International Terminals are under construction in Enugu, Port Harcourt, Lagos, Abuja and Kano – We have restructured our Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) to Nigeria’s advantage – Deployed airfield lighting for runways to seven airports in the country. – We have also upgraded aeronautical navigation and meteorological facilities – We have Increased power output in Lagos by a combined total of 32MVA, – Deployed solar powered back-ups inverters In Abuja and Lagos – Advanced in the process to establish a private sector driven National Carrier – Commenced the development of Aerotropolis (airport cities) in four locations: Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja and Kano, to expand the non-aeronautical revenue base. – Designated five airports (Asaba, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Lagos and Kano) as Special Economic Zones to boost economic activities. – Supported the growth of domestic airlines with business friendly fiscal concessions on importation of aircrafts/spares and also provided intervention fund for fleet acquisition Development of an aviation hub Achievements on Economic Development (2/4) 128
  129. 129. • Development of capacity for maintenance and repair and overhaul • Strategy – To develop in-country MRO capacity to support the hub initiative and other expansion strategies for economic growth – Arrest Capital Flight – Generate Additional revenue especially within the region – Attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) – Create direct employment for highly skilled Aviation Professionals and indirect employment in other areas Achievements on Economic Development Development of MRO Capacity(3/4) 129
  130. 130. LOCATIONS OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FACILITIES IN AFRICA Countries with Aircraft Maintenance Facilities Achievements on Economic Development Regional MRO gap to be filled by Nigeria (4/4) 130
  131. 131. National Carrier Achievements on Economic Development 131
  132. 132. PwC 1 June 2013 Draft The Nigerian Government is working with the private sector to establish a National carrier with the aim of creating a regional West African hub 12 National carrier • Subtitle The National Carrier will have domestic, regional and intercontinental flights. It will further complement the existing airlines operating in Nigeria We expect the National Carrier to partner with Africa focused aircraft leasing businesses. It is expected that this will result in Nigerian passenger numbers exceeding 25 million by 2018 and 30 million by 2032. The National carrier, along side the other existing Nigerian airlines will have access to newer, more affordable and suitable aircraft that can service the under utilised airports. This strategy is expected to create over 200,000 direct and indirect jobs and positively impacted GDP by up to $10bn by 2026. More travel, more trade, more jobs and more revenues for Nigeria! In 2012, the top 10 International Airlines operating in Nigerian carried over 1 million passengers and generated more than $1.5 billion revenues Achievements on Economic Development 132
  133. 133. PwC 1 June 2013 Draft LAGOS Kano Benin City Warri Port- Harcourt Ibadan Calabar Enugu Sokoto Katsina Maiduguri Ilorin Kaduna Owerri Akure Gombe Yola ABUJA Uyo Asaba Jos For Nigeria to truly realise its potential, we have to link cities and markets 16 National carrier • Subtitle Regional hub Abidjan Accra Dakar Monrovia Douala Bamako London Dubai Guangzhou Jeddah Johannesburg Achievements on Economic Development 133
  134. 134. Aerotropolis… The Airport City Achievements on Economic Development 134
  135. 135. The Aerotropolis… (1/9) A mega city with commercial clusters built around the airport connecting passengers, meeters and greeters workers, suppliers, goods and services to and from the global market place… and to all lifestyle amenities on location! Aerotropoli are attractive locations for time-sensitive manufacturing concerns, distribution facilities, hotels, entertainment, retail, convention, trade and exhibition complexes, office buildings and housing… Achievements on Economic Development 135
  136. 136. The Nigerian Aerotropolis… (2/9) A key element of the Federal Ministry of Aviation’s Road Map for the industry. It represents our determination to ensure that our airports impact significantly on their host communities as well as on the national economy. The development of Aerotorpolis are in four locations Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kano. Achievements on Economic Development 136
  137. 137. Primary Aims of the Aerotropolis Projects • The ABUJA and LAGOS Aerotropoli will have a mix of Agro processing, Manufacturing, Construction, IT, Shopping and Conference/Hospitality. This reflects the diverse economy in the regions as well a high level of aviation traffic which give these 2 cities the potentials to be the Conference capital of West, East and Central Africa. Taking into account the rapid population growths in both Lagos and Abuja, land has also been allocated for residential property to cater for this increased population. • The KANO Aerotropoli will primarily focus on perishable goods and agro processing and storage taking into account its proximity to the food baskets • The PORT HARCOURT Aerotropoli will focus mainly on manufacturing and oil service reflecting the economy of the region. The fact that a lot of the IOC’s are also located in the region provides an opportunity for Conference and Hotel facilities. (3/9) 137
  138. 138. Lagos Aerotropolis… Achievements on Economic Development(4/9) 138
  139. 139. The Port Harcourt Aerotropolis… Achievements on Economic Development(5/9) 139
  140. 140. The Abuja Aerotropolis… Achievements on Economic Development(6/9)
  141. 141. The Nigerian Aerotropolis… Interest in the business cluster has been huge and very encouraging thus far. Massive construction in and around the airports to begin in 2013. (6 ware houses, 20 international hotels, 10 conference centres, shopping mall, 10 MROs/Hangers By 2015, there will be significant economic growth and activities, generating wealth, jobs, income and socio- economic development for the host communities and the country… Achievements on Economic Development (7/9) 141
  142. 142. Aerotropolis Cont’d •Classified Investment opportunities into six (6) business clusters within the Aerotropolis model that would create job opportunities for 1,000,000 direct and indirect employment; Medical Perishable cargo Trade & Exhibition Centres, Free Trade Zones and ICT Residential Export Processing Zones & Industry Entertainment, tourism & Leisure (Nollywood @ Aerotroplis) •Shortlisted investors for various opportunities within the business clusters •Met with Nigerian investors to drive local capacity within the sector •Embarked on an investment Road show to China, U.S.A, Canada, U.A.E, Brazil to showcase the opportunities and attract foreign direct Investment for the Nigerian Aviation Industry Achievements on Economic Development (8/9) 142
  143. 143. •Worked with world bank and international organisations such as City Bank in designing a framework for aerotropolis •Identified core investors and management •Designed and adopted business model that is 100% private sector driven •Developed the aerotropolis authority to be outsourced to private sector for management and maintenance •Developed the Perishable Cargo authority to be outsourced to private sector for management and maintenance Aerotropolis Cont’d Achievements on Economic Development (9/9) 143
  144. 144. Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms • Under the transformation programme the combined effect of the need to undertake Policy, Legal and Institutional reforms remains paramount. • The process meticulously followed include: – Engagement of world class consultants – Consultations with Aviation Stake Holders – Consultations with the legislatures – Consultations with Legal Experts – Consultations with external International Aviation organizations (1/7) 144
  145. 145. Policy (NCAP 2013) • Before May 2013, the National Civil Aviation Policy (NCAP) was last reviewed in July 2001. • On 6th June 2013 the Federal Executive Council approved the revised National Civil Aviation Policy known as (NCAP 2013) • The objectives of NCAP 2013 includes the following: – Harmonized approach to international standard to safety, security and comfort of Passengers – Separate economic regulations from other regulatory activities – Tailor Nigeria’s policy to address the socio economic, Legal, Technological, Environmental and security realities. – Achieve a sustainable policy framework for the growth of Nigeria Aviation Sector Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms (2/7) 145
  146. 146. Achievements Under Policy Reforms • The major achievement of the NCAP 2013 has been: – The creation of the directorate of general aviation with oversight function in controlling and monitoring of all non-scheduled flight operations in Nigeria especially non-schedule flights – Provision of structure and equipments for helideck facilities for helicopter operations – Creation of enabling environments for domestic airline alliances – Increased capacity of AIB to include Accident Prevention AIPB – Continual monitoring and review of the Ministry and its agencies in other to align strategic goals, policies and procedures in accordance with ICAO SARPs – Separation of economic regulations from other regulatory services – Strengthening of institutional capacity to regulate the industry – Clear definition of policy on general aviation, private and business jet ownership and operation as well as charter services – Enhancement of Nigeria’s capacity to response to technological advancement, environmental issues, safety and security. – Policy for non-schedule and foreign registered aircraft operations – Policy on pilgrim flight operations – Policy for Cargo operations and management – Policy of Automation of Revenue Collection Policy (NCAP 2013) Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms (3/7) 146
  147. 147. • The existence of a strong legal framework for the aviation sector is a platform upon which foreign direct investment would thrive • Achievement under the legal component of the reforms include: – Review of the 2006 Civil Aviation Act – Review of the 1964 NCAT act – Review of legislations in setting up other agencies, NAMA, NIMAT, FAAN, AIPB, NCAT, NCAA – Development of a Legal framework for the establishment of a new National Carrier and the Aerotropolic initiative – Development and issuance of passenger right regulation – Issuance of regulations for helicopter operations and helipad of operations – Review of concessionary agreements to conform to global standards Achievements Under Reform of Legal Framework Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms (4/7) 147
  148. 148. • Completion of Diagnostic review and System audit of the Aviation sector. • Staff audit, Biometric Data Capture and professionalization of the Agencies. • Reform of financial management systems to enthrone self – sustainability. • Development of an automated revenue collection platform in collaboration with IATA & SITA. This is aimed at improving revenue collection, eliminating leakages and enthroning transparency. • By 2015, all Aviation sector agencies would be taken off the annual appropriation system of the Federal Government. Achievements Under Institutional Reforms Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms (5/7) 148
  149. 149. • Professionalization of airport operations and development • Institutionalisation of Custom service and care as a cardinal policy for all agencies • Removal of import duties and charges on commercial aircrafts and spare parts • Standardisation of licensing and certification (Less Cumbersome) • Promotion of partnership between domestic airlines and major foreign carriers. • Automation of revenue collection point – common platform for electricity, fuel and toll gates Achievements Under Institutional Reforms Achievements on Policy, Legal and Institutional Reforms (6/7) 149
  150. 150. Achievements on Human Capacity Building • Enhancement of the capacity of NCAT to produce 1250 aviation professionals annually • Procurement of new state of the art training equipments for NCAT • Development of partnership between NCAT and other international professional training Institutions • Introduction of Executive Training Programmes for NCAT • Establishment of Campuses in Minna and Lagos • Expansion of Infrastructure in NCAT (7/7) 150
  151. 151. Why Aviation Transformation? Section 4: 151
  152. 152. Moving from Where We Were to Where We Want to Be…  Will have world class terminal buildings, modern air navigation and meteorological equipment for safety, effective security system.  Contributes significantly to national GDP which is a pivotal role in our national economic development and self- sustainability.  creates business opportunities for local entrepreneurs and attracts foreign investors and serves as an enabler for such other sectors as agriculture, oil & gas, tourism, etc.  Transforms Lagos and Abuja into regional aviation hubs.  Generates employment.  Possesses strong National Carrier and domestic airlines. • Aviation Sector Transformatio n Roadmap Unacceptable Aviation Industry with Decadent and Obsolete Infrastructure, incapable of supporting the rapidly growing Nigerian economy The Aviation sector we inherited was unacceptable. We therefore commenced a paradigm shift to an aviation sector that: (1/7) 152
  153. 153. Frame work for inter-Ministerial Collaboration PRESIDENCY • OFFICE OF THE SGF (Policy Setting / direction; overall co- ordination & supervision) To serve as the coordinating Ministry, develop policy and advocate on matters related to the Nigerian Aerotropolis To ensure maximum value (in terms of return on investments) for the Federation To provide policy and regulatory support for Free Trade Zone… To Provide policy and project linkage fo the connection of road to various terminals aimed at growing the economy To secure land title, provide necessary building permits, etc To enforce standards, policies, laws and regulations relating to all aspects of investment and aerotropolis development Fed. Ministry of Justice Fed. Ministry of Aviation Fed Ministry of Works Fed, Ministry of Finance Fed. Ministry of Trade & Investment FCDA or relevant State Government Our Linkages Fed Ministry of Power Fed Ministry of Agriculture To provide policy and regulatory support for Perishable Cargo To provide policy and power supply support for the running of critical infrastructure been developed Note: Our linkages are not ring fenced (2/7) 153
  154. 154. • We have absolutely no doubt or hesitation in dreaming big and working fast to achieve our dreams, because we believe in ourselves and our country and in the transformational leadership of our President… (3/7) 154
  155. 155. Socio-economic Benefits of Aviation Reform Program Job Creation Business opportunities for local entrepreneurs - Entrepreneurial Growth Necessary platform for, and attracting foreign investment – Capital inflow Significant contribution to national infrastructural development. Opportunity for rural development & transformation Improved Air Transportation 155 (4/7)
  156. 156. OUR ULTIMATE DESTINATION The Aviation Sector the Jonathan Administration will bequeath to Nigerians  World class terminal buildings at local and international airports.  State-of-the-art equipment for safe air navigation, weather observation and forecasting, safety and security.  Strong National Carrier(s) that is /are purely private sector driven and can compete effectively in the international aviation market.  Strong domestic carriers.  Self-sustainability.  Contributing up to 6% to national GDP.  Lagos & Abuja as regional hub. (5/7) 156
  157. 157. 157 “Air Transport to Sustainable Development in Africa “ , Oxford Economics Forecasting 2003 Perhaps the major contribution that can be made to economic development in Africa is to enable the African Air Transport Industry (6/7)
  158. 158. Aviation Sector… Taking Local to Global (7/7) 158 (Perishable cargo clip)
  159. 159. Thank You! 159