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19.1.1. This Part prescribes minimum rights and responsibilities of
passengers and airlines’ obligations to passengers, where :
(a) There is an incidence of Overbooking and passengers are denied
boarding against their will ;
(b) A scheduled flight is delayed ;
(c) A scheduled flight is cancelled ; and
(d) Passengers fail to discharge their responsibilities.
184.108.40.206. This part shall apply to :
(i) Licensing of scheduled, non scheduled air transport operations, noncommercial private flight operations and conduct of foreign airline operations.
(ii) Economic monitoring of airlines, aerodromes, air navigation services
and other aviation and allied aviation service providers.
(iii) Billing, invoicing, payment and reconciliation arising from commercial
PART 17—AVIATION SECURITY
17.1.—These Regulations shall apply to :
(a) international airport operators ;
(b) domestic airports operators and any other aerodrome operator certified
by the Authority ;
(c) national aircraft operators ;
(d) foreign aircraft operators ;
(e) aerodrome tenants and/or operators of Tenant Restricted Areas at
International air ports or Domestic airports ;
PART 16—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
16.1. NOISE CERTIFICATION
220.127.116.11.—This part is applicable to aircraft registered and operating in
Nigeria and prescribes :
(a) noise standards for the issue of noise certificate ;
(b) fuel venting standards for issue of fuel venting certificate ; and
(c) emission standards for the issue of emission certificate.
This Part prescribes the requirements for :
(i) the safe transport of dangerous goods for both domestic and inter
national operations by AOC holders ; and
(ii) packaging, accepting, handling, storing, loading, processing
of cargo, mail and baggage.
14.0.1. This Part shall apply to the provision of :
(a) Air Traffic Services (within the Nigerian Airspace) ;
(b) Procedures Design (PANS-OPS) ;
(c) Aeronautical Aeronautical search and rescue ;
(d) Aeronautical Information Services ;
(e) Aeronautical Charts ;
(f)Aeronautical Meteorology ; and
(g) Aeronautical Telecommunications
12.1.1. This Part shall apply to :
(i) civil aerodromes ;
(ii) military aerodromes serving civil aircraft operations ; and
(iii) those portions of joint-use or shared-use aerodromes under the
control of an individual or civil entity and serving civil aircraft operations of
any class or category.
18.104.22.168.—(a) This part contains the requirements for those operators
and operations that are considered to be aerial work in Nigeria.
(b) All persons who conduct aerial work in Nigeria must comply with
certification requirements of this part.
10.1.1.1.—(a) This regulation prescribes requirements applicable to the operation of any civil aircraft, including aeroplane or helicopter, for—
(1) The purpose of commercial air transportation operations by any air operator whose Air Operator Certificate is issued and ;
(2) Controlled by a civil aviation authority other than Nigeria.
(b) Part 10 does not apply to aircraft when used by military, customs,
and police services, which are not used for compensation or hire.
(iii) The particular manoeuvre, procedure, or crewmember function involved.
(2) Maintain the performance, functional, and other characteristics that are required for approval.
(3) Be modified to conform with any modification to the aeroplane being simulated that results in changes to performance, functional, or other characteristics required for approval.
22.214.171.124.—(a) Part 8 prescribes the requirements for :
(1) Operations conducted by a flight crewmember certified in Nigeria while operating aircraft registered in Nigeria.
(2) Operations of foreign aircraft registered in another State by Nigerian AOC holders.
and so on..........
Part 6 prescribes the requirements for issuing approvals to organisations for the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations of aircraft and aeronautical products and prescribes the general operating rules for an Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO).
Part 5 of the Regulations presents regulatory requirements for the continuing airworthiness of aircraft expected to operate in Nigeria consistent with the standards and recommended practices (SARPs) in ICAO Annexes 6 and 8. Part 5 is designed to address the complex situation faced by most countries today respecting the airworthiness of aircraft operating within the country and in international aviation.
The Nigeria Civil Aviation Regulations (Nigeria CAR) was first promulgated in 2006 to provide national requirements in line with the provisions of the Civil Aviation Act, 2006 and for standardized operational procedures, equipments and infrastructure including safety management and training system in conformity with Standard and Recommended Practices (SARPs) contained in the Annexes to the Chicago Convention.
Each Part to these Regulations contains Implementing Standards which provides detailed requirements that support the intent of a regulation in the Part and unless otherwise indicated have the legal force and effect of the referring regulation.