Dana Air said in a statement it did not know the reason for the suspension by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA).
What does NCAA stand for?
NCAA stands for Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
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The airline is another operator in Nigeria taking steps to follow the recommendations of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority to implement an intelligent flight tracking system to increase safety and improve efficiency.
It said the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority was leading the investigation and would be assisted by the US National Transportation Safety Board.
Rescue workers searched for the aircraft's black box recorders where flight data is stored, said Harold Demuren, the director-general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.
Several new governmental departments were inaugurated in 1999, including the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), which was responsible for engineering and implementing safety regulations in line with international standards.
Authorities said none of the 153 passengers could have survived after the Dana Airlines jet crashed into a two-story building in Lagos, the country's largest city, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority chief Harold Denuren confirmed the plane was heading from Lagos to capital Abuja with 153 passengers.
Rescue workers have been searching for the aircraft's black box flight recorders, said Harold Demuren, director-general of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority.