NCAT opens campus at Minna Airport

The Nigerian College of Aviation Technology opened its campus at Minna Airport for flight training. The Niger State Government signed a deal with NCAT last year to establish a campus at Minna, where it would station four trainer aircraft.

A statement by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Transport Niger state Alhaji Abdullahi explained that the training commenced with ‘ground school studies’ last year adding that the students are now ready to start ‘flight training with small aircrafts’. Abdullahi explained that due to the nature of the exercise small aircrafts will hover around the state at a low level. He explained that the public should not panic at the sight of such aircrafts as they bear no security risks to anybody.

Nigerian College of Aviation Technology - Zaria Airport

Nigerian College of Aviation Technology – Zaria Airport

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10 responses to “NCAT opens campus at Minna Airport”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Poor language in the statement. ‘Small aircrafts’, ‘hover’ and this is an aviation training school? Abeg. Lets do things right.

  2. Alaba says :

    Its about showing professionalism regardless of background. A quick check would have shown what is correct.

  3. Emmanuel says :

    Does that ecoded from ncat pls we need excepart

  4. Elvis I.Chunuwe says :

    i want a cargo course, how do i apply and the cost?

  5. Anonymous says :

    ANYTHING THAT HAS TO DO WITH NIGER STATE NEVER WORKS,NCAT IS VERY OK THERE IN ZARIA.GOVERMENT SHOULD FOCUS WITH THAT IN ZARIA AND LET NIGER STATE GONERNOR OPEN A BUS TRAINING SCHOOL IF HE NEEDS ONE.

  6. Anonymous says :

    Safety 1st.

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